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What’s the hardest thing you will ever have to do as a human being? We don’t get to think about these things. We don’t. We carelessly live our lives in …

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NaNoWriMo’15 – day four

Day four ended with a total word count of less than 6.500 words, when I should have written a total of 6.800. I’m still trailing behind the word count that …

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NaNoWriMo’15 – day three

The first chapter ends at 4500 words, on the third day of NaNoWriMo.

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NaNoWriMo’15 – day two

Day two, 2800 words, and I’m already hating this story.

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NaNoWriMo’15 – day one

1300 words on the first day of #NaNoWriMo, a derelict pub and a handful of questions, but not a single answer so far!

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In preparation of NaNoWriMo’15

Last few hours of freedom… are you ready?

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NaNoWriMo 2015 Participation

Some do Movember, others do NaNo. If you too are participating in this year’s National Novel Writing Month, I’ll be delighted to follow your progress, so buddy me at:

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Remember I announced a new short story some time back? In fact, it was a collaboration of writers coming together to write a collection of short stories based on 5 …

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Welcome Sinner (+ a lil’ something)

So, after a few years of posting stories and lyrics on this website, I thought it was time to start a more often updated section with news, both on writing …

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the empty room

The End of Everything

May 16, 2011. I exhausted my statistical hope. I ran out of days. I chickened out. I left.

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Charcoal Manifesto

I know I should be writing this piece in Greek since it’s not just another story; it’s a chunk of my real life which would be better delivered, given, in …

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the Algorithmic Philosopher

Born in 1979 in Greece. Which is actually Hellas. I’m a Hellene. I’m proud of it. You deal with it. My Christian given name is not Phlegyas. It should have …

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1. Near Death

The very first days of my life in this world, the world itself was not what you’d call “welcoming”. Still a baby, with eyes closed and sleeping away for the …

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