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Stories from the Greatest Generation

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Welcome to the JLC Writing Services Blog

Jason Curts

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It has occured to me, with the help of my wonderful wife, that while this blog has some useful information about writing and blogging, the content is pretty vanilla. I originally set this up to showcase my ability to write, but quickly got away from doing just that...

So with that said, you will see some changes to the type of content being generated through my blog. Mostly, I'm letting loose and whatever comes to mind will probably show up here.

I have a lot of opinions and many observations about life and the craziness that goes on around all of us. None of it will be meant to offend, as I think everyone is entitled to their opinion. I will respect yours and I ask that you respect mine as well.

I would urge you to comment and share your opinions as well - It's what makes this world, and life, exciting.

If you like my writing style and see that it could fit in one of your upcoming projects, please get in touch with me. I love to write and being able to do it for a living is the ultimate dream job for me.



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I nice story in the Charlotte Observer today about columnist Mark Washburn’s father – a World War II veteran. It speaks about their generation and the interesting lives they lived – except you’d never know because very few talked about the war after they left it.

Link to Mark Washburn’s column – http://www.charlotteobserver.com/195/story/908612.html

My own grandfather was on the Pacific front during WWII. I remember as a kid that he was actually more open than I think most were about things that went on. I would hear crazy stories about being on a submarine and squaring off against the Japanese. Some of the things he would say seemed too far fetched to ever be true. However, his stories never changed over the years and the same names and dates have stayed with him. I looked up a few facts and found them to be true. Now, more than ever, I truly believe my grandfather was a superhero – just like the rest of that generation.


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