How Writing is Like Being a Funeral Director

Last week Caleb Wilde was kind enough to write a guest post for me: The Dark Chapters – How Being a Funeral Director is Like Writing. Today I’m returning the favor over at his blog but pulling the old switcharoo with the topic. The link for my guest post is right here: How Writing is Like Being a Funeral Director.

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If you are a blogger, make sure to head on over to yesterday’s post and share your own most-read post from April. I’ll announce my favorites on Monday – fame and glory is at stake, so don’t miss out. If you’re a blog-reader, you’ll want to look through the comments section and check out the gems that have already been suggested.

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Incidentally, if this is your first time here, you can check out the story of how my business failed and my wife and I moved our family of six into my parents basement so that I could pursue my dream of writing full time. That story starts here: Falling Through.

There’s also two of my most read posts of all time: “Confessions From the Guy Standing at the Back of the Church” or “The Opposite of Love is not Hate”