Monthly Archives: December 2017

6 Month Writing Plan Final Update

6 Month Writing Plan Final Update

It’s that time of year—that being final update time. Today’s update is all about my 6 Month Writing Plan, which I introduced in February, updated in July, and decided to scrap completely at the beginning of this month. Reading my […]

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Ink Link Roundup –weapons against inertia and braving the wilds

Ink Link Roundup –weapons against inertia and braving the wilds

This post about starting your creative project, finding the courage to persevere, and forgiving yourself in order to start again is exactly what Elisa needed to read right now. One of the best sentences from it: Persistence is the best […]

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National Novel Writing Month: Final Check-In

National Novel Writing Month: Final Check-In

Kathleen is back this week to report how her NaNoWriMo went! It’s been over a week since National Novel Writing Month 2017 ended—past time for me to give you my check-in #3 post*, which concludes this series. First, some stats: […]

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Why Do I Feel Obligated?

Why Do I Feel Obligated?

It’s the Christmas season in my world which means I am in the midst of figuring out what I’m buying, who I’m buying for, and who I’m mailing cards to. I am so bloody behind that I am like a chicken […]

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Ink Link Roundup -books, books, and more books

Ink Link Roundup -books, books, and more books

Since we’re in the midst of gift-giving season, here’s a list of books for the STEM-minded people in your life (younger and older): 7 Books with Brainy Ladies in STEM And a list for the writers in your life–with books […]

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Am I Micromanaging Myself?

Am I Micromanaging Myself?

At the day job there is a chronic issue with micromanagement. My particular district has struggled with results for the last decade or so; the answer the powers that be have come up with involves tracking—anything and everything—and conference calls—nearly […]

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