Ink Links Roundup

So I love read-aloud. Have since I was a kid. I love reading aloud and being read to. So finding this list of Global Read Aloud Choices for 2017 made my week! Kate loves this writing lessons roundup from Chuck […]

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Reading Break

Reading Break

Reading frequently comes up as a goal for us around here. Devouring 100 books in a year was, once upon a time, not much of a challenge. In recent years, even 50 books has become a lot to squeeze into […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

Okay, so Women’s History month was March, but Tempest has some wonderful observations to share from reading history as written by women. It includes great points to consider when researching you stories. http://tempest.fluidartist.com/history-according-to-women-the-tempest-challenge/ And today, Kate gives us a fascinating look […]

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Evolution of an Idea

Evolution of an Idea

Ideas come from anywhere and everywhere. Sometimes the origins are more than a little strange. I find the evolution of ideas fascinating – maybe because it often happens so quickly, so spontaneously that tracing it out becomes impossible. I was […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

I have a couple links to share this week, and I hope you enjoy them! First up: 6 Ways to Convince an Editor You’re Not a Professional. Really, the title says it all. Basically, this is a list of what […]

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Be Kind To Yourself: A Reminder

Be Kind To Yourself: A Reminder

In case you didn’t pick up on it in my last post, frustration has abounded lately. Remembering to be kind to myself has been difficult, to say the least. Self-kindness (or self-care – they’re often the same) can feel counterintuitive. I […]

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