“Edward P. Jones said: “If you write a story today, and you get up tomorrow and start another story, all the expertise that you put into the first story doesn’t transfer over automatically to the second story. You’re always starting at …the bottom of the mountain. So you’re always becoming a writer. You’re never really arriving.” —from today’s Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor. Heather Kresge’s Facebook status, October 5.