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Themed Work Days for Writing

One thing I have been trying lately is doing themed work days for writing. The Idea The idea started with The Creative Penn podcast #310 where Joanna Penn interviewed Joanna Wiebe on Copywriting for Authors. Penn mentioned Financial Fridays and […]

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2016 Goals Final Check-in

2016 Goals Final Check-in

2016 has been a huge year for me. I started the year battling depression, I worked more overtime than ever, I supported my wife through her pregnancy, I became a mother to a wonderful little girl, and I overthought a […]

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Writing Goals 2016 – Third Quarter Check In

Writing Goals 2016 – Third Quarter Check In

I have been working A LOT. It is rush month at the bookstore which means lots of overtime, lots of events coming in, and lots of stress. My chronic eye-twitch returned three weeks ago to reaffirm that yes, I’m busy. […]

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Emotional Rollercoaster

Emotional Rollercoaster

A writer can spend their whole life worried about the quality of their work and hold it back within themselves. It ends up just making the writer a mass of frustration and anxiety, unable to share and worried about expressing […]

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Childhood Obsessions – A Creative Excuse to Play Pokemon Go

Childhood Obsessions – A Creative Excuse to Play Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go hasn’t been released in Canada yet. But that little fact didn’t stop me from obtaining it. Of course, since I obtained it the day before this post goes live, what else am I going to write about? When […]

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Prix Aurora Award Finalist

Prix Aurora Award Finalist

So, if you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you may already know. But Crash and Burn: Prologue is a nominated finalist for the Prix Aurora Awards under Best English Graphic Novel published in Canada for 2015. My brain is […]

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