"Writing is a skill, not a talent, and thus one's ability as a writer can be improved by thoughtful effort. The problem with some people is that they graduate college as good writers, experience early success on account of that, and thus never devote themselves diligently to the relentless quest for improvement that could make them great writers."
We stopped off in Savannah, where we met up with Ali Akbar: Note the Spanish moss in the tree. Earlier today, the boys and I had lunch at an Atlanta landmark: Chili cheesesteak, rings, F.O. -- family tradition!