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Farewell NaNoWriMo

But here’s the thing. For me, writing is not just about writing useable material. For me, it is as much about the experience of writing, as it is about producing a finished manuscript. Continue reading

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Write By The River

“What happens at the cabin stays at the cabin. We didn’t pinky-swear or anything, but you just know there are some things of which you must never speak. Sisterhood and all that.” Continue reading

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My Book Review of A Broom of One’s Own by Nancy Peacock

By the time I finished reading this book for the second time, I vowed I would read everything this author ever writes. Continue reading

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A Writer’s Worth

In a society that seems to value monetary measures  more than anything else, it can be difficult to remember  that some things simply have their own intrinsic value, completely separate from anything else. They stand strong on their own.  Writing is … Continue reading

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