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Impressions of NaNoWriMo from a First Timer #2

The buzz around National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo or henceforth NaNo) is that Week 2 is one of the hardest weeks to finish. Participants who drop out are more likely to do it in Week 2, and I have to … Continue reading

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Impressions of NaNoWriMo from a First Timer #1

On the first day of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo or henceforth NaNo), I was pumped. I had been planning most of October in a purple spiral notebook just how I was going to capitalize on my great story idea. … Continue reading

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Coming in November 2013

Coming Soon I beg for your patience. I am in the process of completing a few new projects for Pinned With A Quill (PQ), new graphics and am working on a novel. November is going to be Big! Here’s what … Continue reading

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Wedding Dialogue: Father-Daughter Dance

Over the long weekend, I watched one of my very dear friends and first college roommate walk down the aisle. It was a bit of a trick to find the place since the hall was in the mountains and our … Continue reading

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5 Steps to an Effective Reflections Log for the Serious Writer

“Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from the emotion RECOLLECTED in tranquility.”                                             … Continue reading

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Start Your Story

Since this is my first official blog post, I am going to begin by saying, “Hi.” If we know each other outside of the world of blogging, you probably know that for the past five years I have been training … Continue reading

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