Notes on Talking and Writing Diversity from a Newbie

Notes on Talking and Writing Diversity from a Newbie

I know privilege conversations can be difficult, and I know that to say I’m not trying to be political by bringing up privilege would be a lie. However, I am able to look at my privilege and that of others […]

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Making Details Wrong on Purpose

Making Details Wrong on Purpose

I work at a bank at my current day job, and a lot of our time is devoted to risk management and employee safety. I can tell you that much of what you learn in any movie, TV show, or book […]

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When Real Life Trumps Research

When Real Life Trumps Research

For this post, when I say “real life”, I’m referring to actual experience and exposure. When I say “research”, I’m referring not to what I’d consider actual research, the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order […]

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Reality and Fiction: Are You Saying I Can Never Lie?

Reality and Fiction: Are You Saying I Can Never Lie?

Picking up where I left off last week, I’m going to finish up my diatribe on reality and fiction. Today’s topic is what I initially wanted to discuss before I read the article I linked to previously. I covered the […]

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Random Inspiration: Listen to Your Gut

Random Inspiration: Listen to Your Gut

For those who actively follow me or Anxiety, you’ll have noticed talk of a fun little project in the works called Mobbing Midnight. It’s not my day to chat it up, so I’ll stop there, but as I was working […]

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Reading Inspiration

Reading Inspiration

It’s fair to assume that most writers are the same in one regard: books inspire us. Whether a book sparks an idea or one picks up a book because they are in need of inspiration, this happens to all of […]

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