Category: Matthew Epperson

Mandolin, by Matthew Epperson

My rhythm guitarist, Ranger, is working on a song for his grandmother, Norma Jean. It is simplistic in nature and revolves around three typical chords. It is meant for his grandmother, and the simplicity is meant to reflect Norma’s way of life. Ranger becomes giddy with excitement when […]

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Continuity by Matthew Epperson

It has been a hard week for writing. I’m getting distracted, I’m making juvenile mistakes, and I’m loathing the thought of sitting down and forcing myself to create. In other words: WORK SUCKS! In my first draft of Ruse of Discontent, I arrived at a point in the […]

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Sixth of Seven by Matthew Epperson

I WILL GREET THIS DAY WITH A FORGIVING SPIRIT. For too long, the forgiveness I owned was locked away, waiting to be bestowed on some worthy person. Alas, most people are unworthy of my valuable forgiveness, and since they never asked, I kept it to myself. At this […]

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She Got It! by Matthew Epperson

Today, August 12th, I recieved a letter in the mail from eTown Radio Show. Though they won’t be able to broadcast Suzie Jennings on their show, she has recieved the award for her selfless consideration of inmates! Thanks to all the time to nominate her and all the […]

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