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Semifinalist

Many moons ago I saw a call for submissions for the Futurescapes Writing Contest. The theme Cities of Empowerment caught my attention because I have a deep love of architecture, and a degree in Architectural Engineering Technology. Reading the details, they … Continue reading

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The End of My Exile

Hubby and I have lived in Vermont for more than eighteen years. We bought and sold our first house here. Both our children were born here. But we don’t belong here. My tagline has always been A Writer by Birth … Continue reading

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TGIBTS

Thank God It’s Back To School! In July, I told my new publisher that, if a miracle occurred, I could get get her twelve re-written short stories by early August. I went on to say that mid-August was possible, and … Continue reading

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Torture

This has not exactly been the most productive week. I’ve been playing Dungeon Keeper, an old game that is highly addictive. It’s James’ fault. He gave me the link to a website offering a free promo download, not knowing what … Continue reading

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Not Quite There

I am so very glad my littlest is finally in school all day! She loves Kindergarten. I’ve been waiting a long time to have both my kids in school full time so I can have more writing time. Somehow, that … Continue reading

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A New Round and New Goals

It’s summer, and time for a new Round of Words in 80 Days Last round, I tried submitting a short story every week. I did great at first, then it fell apart. The end of the school year just has … Continue reading

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Fellowship

Irony… I’m procrastinating a short story called The Inventor’s Fellowship by writing a post on Fellowship. They’re not related. Well…they could be…yeah… Anywho… Today we went to church, as we usually do on Sunday mornings. We spent a couple of … Continue reading

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Interview with Jan Wilberg

I’m a feminist, newly re-radicalized and seeing things through lenses I’ve been keeping in a drawer for a long time. My blog, Red’s Wrap, is about change – advocating for change, understanding change, and adjusting to change. My family and relationships play … Continue reading

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White Sails

I’ve heard that when the European ships appeared on the eastern shores of America, the Native Americans had no context to describe what they saw. They used words like “white clouds” to communicate the experience. I feel like this when … Continue reading

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SyFy Q of the Day: Monitoring Preschoolers

♥ Before I even started this blog, I would occasionally pose a SyFy Question of the Day to my facebook friends. Sometimes, it was directly related to what I was writing, and I really did want some input to help me decide … Continue reading

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