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Compounds Conundrum

I suppose a lot of hater mail will magically appear in my in-box as a result of this post, but that’s never stopped me before. I’m noticing the misuse of compound words to mean something the word itself doesn’t. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Strong Female Lead

(This is long, and I don’t care.) Today is Sunday, which means philisophical or otherwise conversation with my baby girl, Midge. She’ll be 23 in another month, but she’ll always be my baby. Anyway, she’s extremely artistic and loves to … Continue reading

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Friday Re-Cap

Writing 101 started this week, and I started off on the wrong foot – not surprising in the least, but there you have it. The space bar on my laptop took a dump two days ago, which makes it extremely … Continue reading

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First-World Abolitionist

Even without the aid of Corti-Slim, I am determined to stay here – grounded and with a rightful purpose. To work on improving my writing skills in order to make a living as a recognized author. Writing about this particular … Continue reading

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Letting Go

Alright, so I goofed up. I blogged in the wrong frame of mind, and now I feel dumb. All it takes to get over myself, though, is people. People tend to make me see the true ass I am even … Continue reading

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All Kinds of Wonderment

Today is just chock full ‘o surprises. While rummaging through one of the un-unpacked storage boxes from my last move, I came across this nearly empty so I keep diluting the stuff bottle of hair tonic that is way ages … Continue reading

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Audience

As I continue to figure out new ways to reach new people in order to generate interest in my publication, a few things manage to stump or amuse me. This, for example, is what I found at my Smashwords account … Continue reading

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Sheep to Slaughter

  Last week I read, liked, and then even commented on Ari Laurel’s post titled Who Run the [Dystopian] World? [White] Girls dys·to·pi·a [dis-toh-pee-uh] noun – a society characterized by human misery, as squalor, oppression, disease, and overcrowding. She’s talking about the … Continue reading

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I’ve Got Nothing

Even with Soma.fm’s Groove Salad playing a majority of the things I like, and with the sun shining so gloriously outside my window, and even after spending a few HOURS pouring over and pinning lots of thought-provoking images to my … Continue reading

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Who Are They?

I was. I am. I will. After researching more on character voice/development, I went back to my story and rewrote chapters 12 and 13, but then I went back to 12 – the crucial chapter I touched upon in yesterday’s … Continue reading

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