Today marks the start of a new year. Anew That’s the word that keeps swirling around in my brain. “In a new or different, typically more positive, way.” I breathe in thinking anew. I want to be anew. Can I go forth from this day anew? Everyday anew. What will it look like to others as I work to […]
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In the bog of technical writing my creative muse wants to languish and die. She’s like a petulant youth sulking in the middle of the room with dramatic sighs and the abrupt declaration of being bored. Research has become the vegetables she is loath to eat, and not even the promise of dessert can induce […]
I’ve been working on world building and establishing character baselines for a story idea that has been slowly consuming every errant moment I can spare from real life. This has had me thinking about character flaws, and that always relates to how real people act and cope with life. The worst of which many of […]
I used to think that the best job in the world would be as a filing clerk. I didn’t know what a real filing clerk did, but in my mind I used to imagine being in a room full of bookshelves and filing cabinets where I spent the day organizing information and storing it. In […]
2014 is off to an interesting start with a Polar Vortex here in the US, and here’s where my mind goes with that. Science Fiction? The first thing that came to mind upon hearing the weather phenomenon called a Polar Vortex was The Day After Tomorrow. (It also kind of made me think of Arctic […]
2012 for me was an OFF year. By that I mean I just didn’t feel on top of much of anything, though there is plenty of evidence that I was successful and productive. In my post Planning 2012 Beyond the Mayan Calendar I talked about what I was going to do, and other than the […]
Today I am please to welcome special guest Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar, author of Mommy but Still Me and several other titles.