Ink Link Roundup -romance as a protest genre and the legacy of Muriel Sparks

Ink Link Roundup -romance as a protest genre and the legacy of Muriel Sparks

Yes, tomorrow does happen to be Valentines Day, but Elisa is a romance junkie 365 days of the year. And this article highlighting how romance is indeed a protest genre might just help you become one too. If only we […]

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Reading as Transport

Reading as Transport

One of my favourite aspects of reading is a book’s ability to transport me to virtually any time and/or any place. I live for that vicarious sense of existence. But what do you do when you read a book that […]

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Stranger than Fiction

Stranger than Fiction

My post isn’t specifically concerned with writing today–in an obvious way, I suppose. Last night I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, reading the news, and an article caught my eye: Scientists have completed the first cloning of a primate. Since […]

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Parallelism: Saving Space and Energy

Parallelism: Saving Space and Energy

I pride myself on being a learner; I love learning about new subjects and expanding my knowledgebase. The best way I learn is by reading, and I like to read about topics far and wide. This sometimes means that I land […]

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Happy New Year! Hello, 2018 Goals

Happy New Year! Hello, 2018 Goals

It is no big secret that I very much want to change how I outline, track, and determine how I’ve accomplished my annual goals. I spent much of December whining about all of that, so I’ll skip it here. Or do […]

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Ink Link Roundup -book launches and funny alternate titles

Ink Link Roundup -book launches and funny alternate titles

While Elisa is nowhere near ready to launch a book of any kind, she appreciates how other writers have tried the different options so she can make the best possible decision down the road. Melissa says, for a great laugh, […]

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