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110 percent

October 10, 2013 Ken Kuhlken 2

My daughter Zoë has a softball coach who played high school and college football. He urges the girls to give 110 percent. So, although I […]

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Fun

September 8, 2013 Ken Kuhlken 0

I was hanging out with writer friends when someone suggested that the best move we could make was to, at the appropriate time, put aside […]

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Imagine

August 8, 2013 Ken Kuhlken 0

“What we have is a crisis of imagination.” That’s a quote from Warren Buffett’s son Peter, a writer of music, in an article called “The […]

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Give It Up?

July 8, 2013 Ken Kuhlken 0

I was finishing draft five or six of a novel and wondering how many times more I would go through and make changes, when I […]

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Grades, Phooey

May 15, 2013 Ken Kuhlken 0

Okay, Amazon invites me to review a book I recently purchased. Sure, I enjoyed the book, and appreciated the author’s craft, and would be delighted […]

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Priorities v. Mess

November 1, 2012 Ken Kuhlken 0

Since my life as a writer has not entirely been the contemplative, creative wonderland I envisioned, the generous part of me feels urged to offer […]

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Lies

October 12, 2012 Ken Kuhlken 0

Perhaps the approaching elections prompted me to write about lies and liars. Nevertheless, I will attempt to avoid politics. My first nine years, I was raised […]