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Midway Monday

Summer is almost here. How can that be? *flail* So, there was week and a weekend. And rain. Storms. Critters. Cute critters.I really need to take more video and pics of Jake and Loki. Loki makes me laugh and Jake … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words: CATtitude

Today’s #1lineWed THEME is all about the CATtitude, whether it be a CATastrophe, CAT nap, CAT burglar, CAT got your tongue, or a CAT’s relationship with curiosity, today is CAT Day. In my current Red Dirt Royalty WIP, Cooper goes … Continue reading

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Blow Off Monday

So, there was a weekend. And a last week. And a this week. My brain doesn’t want to switch on. I blew off Sunday and setting up the blog for today. And I slept late this morning. Anytime I make … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Dragons!

Okay. What’s not to love? Kit Harrington (Jon Snow of Game of Thrones fame) and Toothless. Need I say more? Have a great weekend, everyone. I’m still wrangline new furry children. Fun times.

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Conflict

While these “messages” from the Universe (via Tut.com) are meant to be life lessons of a sort for the individual, I so often find lessons that pertain to writing as well. Granted, my life certainly needs all the help it … Continue reading

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Thursday Thought: Universal Imaginings

I never used to have a problem with the big nasty that all writers face at some point in their career–the dreaded Writer’s Block. I always had ideas that needed words, stories that needed telling, characters to meet, plots to … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal End Results

Every writer has a process. Sometimes, I get an idea for a plot. Sometimes, a character walks into my office, pulls up a stool and starts talking. Sometimes, I get flashes of scenes and eventually, the plot and characters evolve. … Continue reading

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