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We live in times where choices are made in black and white. If you’re not a Democrat, you’re a Republican. If you question global warming, you must be a gas guzzling denier. If you love God and believe in him, … Continue reading

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Wow, this has been some year. Sickness, death, destruction. Problems, big and small. Sometimes I feel like I’m my own firehouse. I’m putting out fires left and right. I’m rescuing cats out of trees and running my own EMS station, … Continue reading

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Recently I took an eight-week online master writing class with Michelle Richmond. You know her. Author of The Year In Fog. And other wonderful works. I am a HUGE proponent of taking classes. I’ve been known to take music classes … Continue reading

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I haven’t really fallen off a turnip truck and am suffering from amnesia, but we can always pretend. It’s just that I’ve been majorly overwhelmed. Pulled in too many directions all at once. Which makes me feel rushed. Which makes … Continue reading

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This year’s San Francisco Writers Conference has had to have been the best one ever! I know, I know. So how bad could it be? It’s in San Francisco, my favorite place on the planet, full of things to do … Continue reading

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Yes, this is what I feel like. Blossom, the amazing Powerpuff Girl! You see, I’ve been kicking ass on this year’s NaNoWriMo. Saturday, I added up my words and found I had over 26K! And this with taking days off! … Continue reading

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While I was at the San Francisco Writers Conference in February, I sat in on a few workshops with my favorite author (well, definitely in the top three!), Michelle Richmond. Not only does she NOT outline, she doesn’t write in … Continue reading

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