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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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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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2017 Goals Final Check In

2017 Goals Final Check In

I’m doing my final goal check in a bit early this year because I’m lacking in the ideas department. I’ve also hit the part of the holiday season where I’m ready to be done. I am ready to push into 2018, […]

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Ink Link Roundup -books, books, and more books

Ink Link Roundup -books, books, and more books

Since we’re in the midst of gift-giving season, here’s a list of books for the STEM-minded people in your life (younger and older): 7 Books with Brainy Ladies in STEM And a list for the writers in your life–with books […]

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Brain Food Shortage

Brain Food Shortage

If you’ve been reading my posts regularly since, well, January really, you’ll have seen a trend of tiredness and lack of focus. Both have been chronic issues most of my life, but this year I am really feeling them. With my […]

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