Monthly Archives: March 2018

Travel and Writing Fodder

I have to start this post with an apology for missing last week. This month has not shown a particularly organized side of me. I have two reasons, at least. I wrapped up one of my writing courses this week. And […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

In case you haven’t noticed, I’m a big fan of challenging assumptions. Evidence that challenges historical assumptions? AWESOME. Like woman were the travelers of the Bronze age more so than men. Tamora Pierce is one of those authors who has […]

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Priorities: I Have Them

Priorities: I Have Them

I’ve grown better at setting my priorities and following through. Even if I do end up flaking. A lot. Family, of course, tops the list (and let me just say I had no way to truly comprehend the effects this […]

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Relationships and Character Definition

Relationships and Character Definition

I have relationships on the brain today. Whether we’re talking about real or fabricated people and their relationships, the important part to think about concerns why those people are in a relationship. What’s the connection? The drive? The emotion? The […]

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Writing Spaces, Updated Edition

Writing Spaces, Updated Edition

We’ve made some noise on this blog on the importance of writing spaces. Mine have morphed over time as I let the clutter take over and swallow up any useful, productive space. I set up the newest iteration of my […]

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