Why I Share the LOVE

This past week, I ran into an individual I hadn't seen in a coon's age. We'd worked together years ago and since, we'd lost contact. It was wonderful to see her again. We caught up on the details of our lives since we'd last seen one another. She asked about the rumor she'd heard I'd … Continue reading Why I Share the LOVE

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Escape from demons and such

"Dale, who has been diagnosed with AIDS, is one of Travis County's most well-known AIDS activist" - Central Health Austin Like many writers, I write to work through my own personal challenges. Some of those challenges may include physical limitations, some are mental, some are emotional. Other writers work through the nightmares of their own … Continue reading Escape from demons and such

NEW Release: ROADHOUSE FRIDAY (short story)

An unidentified individual lets his imagination roam as he weaves detailed fictional stories based on his observations of ordinary folks he encounters during a Friday evening at the Roadhouse Diner. I was thumbing through archived documents and came across two complete rough drafts of a short story I drafted in 2012. I "married" the two … Continue reading NEW Release: ROADHOUSE FRIDAY (short story)

Conversation with an Author: Dale Thele

Had an amazing afternoon with A Dude Abikes. A budding new author to watch for. Take a look at his blog and make sure you LIKE his posts and don’t forget to Follow A Dude Abikes. He’s an awesome dude.

A Dude Abikes

img_20180326_132441756-1483595608.jpg Dale with his coffee cup, black moustache protector, business card, and writer cap.

Dale Thele is an author.  If there’s one thing I took away from the very generous amount of time we spent together at a coffee shop today, is that to think of oneself as an author (or writer, if you prefer), is important.  No, it does not make you good, or increase your chances of publication.

But, thinking of oneself that way is one key to behaving that way.  Writers write, right?  (Do authors auth?)  Luckily, I took away alot more than that one thing, and as Dale was happy to share them with me, he’s happy for me to share them with all 168 of my followers and any new visitors.

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