Creative works by author Dan Foley.

Archive for August 2013

Where is it going?

Where is it going?

I’ve found that once I start a story it takes on a life of its own. In Death’s Companion a minor character refused to die, took over and became the major protagonist. Now the story I’m working on is proceeding at a pace that may turn it […]

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When I Started Wriring Horror

When I Started Wriring Horror

I’ve heard it sad that writers are born, not made. Well you may be born with the need to write, but the ability to write is a honed skill. It takes practice and dedication. I’ve been writing for as long as I can remember. Mostly I wrote […]

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A Blast From the Past

A Blast From the Past

Ever notice haw there are some things that can take you back to a time and place almost like magic, a sound, a smell, a car? For me: the sound – a train, the smell – wild grapes on a hot, dry August day, the car – […]

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Things Written in Days Past

Things Written in Days Past

Sometimes when I reread something I wrote in the past I look at it and say, “Did I write that?” Sometimes the words flow so smoothly I’m amazed they came from me. Sometimes, not so much. The one constant is I could not write THAT story today. […]

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