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Inner Critic: Adventures in Research

Inner Critic: Adventures in Research

The other day, I asked a question. Now, asking questions on social media isn’t always the wisest thing to do, but I did not know how to tackle this topic. So I made use of my many friends who might. […]

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Devious Procrastinations Don’t Play Fair

Devious Procrastinations Don’t Play Fair

We all have our go-to procrastinations. I’ve complained often enough about video and social media scrolling, but sometimes procrastination becomes more difficult to call out. The need to name characters often becomes an excuse to procrastinate for me. I hate […]

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Books On Writing

I am ridiculously picky about books on writing. Maybe because my family thought for years that all books on writing were equally useful. I still remember the feeling of reading Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird and for the first time […]

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Post Research Interview: That Spark

Post Research Interview: That Spark

As I mentioned last week, I was extended the opportunity to be part of a research interview concerning copyright laws in Canada mainly associated with young creators. That interview took place last Saturday, and was pretty awesome. I’ve never been interviewed, […]

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An Intriguing Invitation

An Intriguing Invitation

Sorry that I have to keep this post short, sweet, and vague, but I’m kind of in the dark. Over a week ago, I was randomly contacted by a researcher from the Education Faculty at the University of Calgary. She’s […]

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Historical Licence When Writing Fiction

Historical Licence When Writing Fiction

Yet another memorable panel from When Words Collide was Historical Licence. The very talented presenters included Diana Gabaldon, D.B. Jackson (aka David B. Coe), Jodi McIssac, and Susan McGregor. Each panelist has written some form of historical fiction, what separates […]

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