Month: November 2013

NaNoWriMo Winner

I`ve got some news to tell you all. You know how I said I was working on NaNoWriMo this year? You know, the big “Write fifty thousand Words during November” jubilee for novelists across the country. Actually, there are participants all across the globe. So if you are looking at this, right now, one of

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Life as a Game Character

I`ve been inspired by another writer`s devious idea. What if life were a video game? How would you be classified as a character? I`ve thought about many random things in that space between sleeping and waking, but this seemed to be one of the most fascinating. Too bad it wasn`t my idea. My friend, Kathleen

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Nanowrimo (Not just a Tongue Twister)

I`ve decided to support my fellow Nanowrimo participants this week. Probably because I`m one of them. (Look forward to my book being published!) In case you did not know, that stands for National November Writing Month, where the goal is for each person to write 50,000 words by the end of the month. It`s actually

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The Society of Name Changerators

There seem to be a lot of bad names out there. I mean, really bad names. We`ve got ethnic names, which sound really cool but make people look at you weirdly if you are the wrong race for them. I can`t give you specific examples, because that would get me tagged as a racist person

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Poetry Badges

Existing Poetry Badges+Competitions in the Blogosphere I like badges. They are shiny, and they make you feel good. Badges are those little things that say, “Yes, Ive done something with my blog. Its not just a personal journal or newspaper, it`s a place others go to read and to think.” What  a nice goal. So

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