Book Club Pick: The Lathe of Heaven

Book Club Pick: The Lathe of Heaven

As I’m sure many of you know, The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin has been around for a long time. Originally published in 1971, it’s a science-fiction classic that has more than stood the test of time. […]

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Precious Reading Time

Precious Reading Time

I’ve come to a few realizations about my precious reading time. This realizations comes as I am surrounded by books. I’m drowning in them. I’m pretty sure that some day, I will be gravely injured by falling towers of books–that […]

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Ink Link Roundup -YA LGBTQ reads, deleted scenes, logistics, and inclusive conferences

Ink Link Roundup -YA LGBTQ reads, deleted scenes, logistics, and inclusive conferences

This week’s roundup really should have something for everyone. Elisa says, Kate and I were just discussing the great YA LGBTQ+ books that are coming out this year! Here are a few you should check out. http://rivetedlit.com/2017/06/15/18-perfect-reads-to-celebrate-pride-month/?cp_type=enpm&rmid=Riveted_Weekly&rrid=6512055 And, I’m also […]

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Audience, Pros and Cons

Audience, Pros and Cons

Coming out of my post last week about inspired versus forced words, I was trying to figure out why I’ve struggled with certain projects lately yet excelled with others. The one story I had been opening weekly and adding meagre words […]

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Writing and Reading, A Relationship

Writing and Reading, A Relationship

Since I haven’t been doing much lately aside from blogging in random intervals, pouring over course work, and squeezing in pathetic amounts of fiction words when I can, I don’t have a lot to talk about. So I’m going back […]

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Where Do Cultural Appropriation and Identity Politics Intersect?

Where Do Cultural Appropriation and Identity Politics Intersect?

Last weekend I was a good little student and started a report due for my current writing course. Step one involved finding a TED Talk to write about and coming up with our main idea. That was hard, because there […]

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