Monthly Archives: January 2016

Script Writing, Or Using Drama Tools to Improve Your Dialogue

Script Writing, Or Using Drama Tools to Improve Your Dialogue

While trolling the internet for interesting articles to share via Anxiety’s Facebook and Twitter, I came across this gem: How to Write Arguments with Maximum Punch. While I feel like step 1 was a given, and I love the idea […]

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Depression is a Difficult Beast to Tame

Depression is a Difficult Beast to Tame

Probably the hardest thing I will ever face in my life has already been with me for seventeen years: depression. Currently, I’m in pretty deep. Getting up in the morning is hard. Moving is hard. I’m constantly sore and sick […]

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#writerproblems

  Life gives us inspiration. It gives us experiences to draw from – story fodder. But we don’t always have to like it. My brother-in-law – my sister’s husband – passed away a little more than a week ago after […]

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“I’m on a timer.”

“I’m on a timer.”

Late last month it was suddenly time to start nagging my fellow writing group members about content for our newsletter. Christmas was behind me but New Year’s Eve was starring me in the face. So I suggested a topic I […]

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Writing and Single-tasking

Writing and Single-tasking

One of the ways I have been tackling my new year is with single-tasking. It used to be, if you asked me, I would tell you that I could write while listening to a podcast. I could do administrative work […]

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Our Favourite M.J. King Posts

Our Favourite M.J. King Posts

Unfortunately, Melissa could not post today due to a family emergency. While we are sending our thoughts to her and her family, we decided to go through Melissa’s posting archive to select our favourite posts of hers. Enjoy! Kate’s Favourite […]

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