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writing

What Happens When I’m Not Writing?

I’ve written about writing habits many times before, but this week’s #MFRW 52-week Blog Challenge is entitled, Why I Write. The first thing I thought when I read this was, “Wait, you say this as if I have a choice?” Sure, it’s not like someone is strapping me to the chair and forcing me to purge stories—even though sometimes I might need that extra nudge. But in a way, someone is. Continue reading

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Favorite books to read

Magic & Romance & Sarcastic Wit—These are a Few of My Favorite Reads

My kindle is overflowing with magical worlds, love, suspenseful stories and humorous heroines. There is never enough time in the day to read and escape into these wonderful worlds. Welcome to #MFRW 52 week blog hop where this week’s topic is Favorite Books to Read. When I first saw this topic I felt overwhelmed, wondering how I could possible identify all of my favorite books to read. Then I realized, I do tend to navigate toward a certain type of story.  Continue reading

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Why Do Writers Have to Do Math?

Welcome to #MFRW 52-week Blog Challenge where this week the topic is Word Counts Matter…How Much? How Often? When I heard the topic, I cringed. It might be written in fancy prose, with a prompt to provoke contemplation but I smelled it for what it was—math. A necessary evil. Even for writers. Continue reading

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