Those catchy titles that are so important for any book, any script, any

blog, any article or scary story, did not seem to fit this morning - too

funny, too glib or too dark at a time when we're all living a rather scary

story, so I thought something real and direct was appropriate. Really,

How are you? We here at Kentbury are well, too busy to be bored and

busy paying attention. If you are writing, wonderful! Keep up the good

work. Think about the contests we are planning for the fall. And those

important catchy titles

, make a list even if you don't have a story yet.

A title can often create the story. We hope to see you on the Forum. In

the meantime, BE WELL, BE SAFE.

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