Tag Archives: Write on Edge

Interview With Shelton Keys Dunning

Shelton Keys Dunning was created to coax a shy, aspiring author into the public arena. Her first introduction to the world was during 2010 Nanowrimo, taking small, timid steps towards a public platform. Since those awkward first 50k words, Shelton … Continue reading

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Precipice

Life is getting better. At least, my being sick is. I said last week (or was it two weeks ago?) that I was planning to post “I’m not sick anymore” but the truth is, I am. Fortunately though, I’m not … Continue reading

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Interview With Lizz Porter

The short version of Lizz’s bio: Heh. The short version. Thing number one, I’m tall. I’ve been told I should have a warning on my blog, so here it is! I am taller in real life than I appear on … Continue reading

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Almost Done

One week to go! I’m glad I went back to teaching this semester. It’s a job I really enjoy. But the first semester back always takes ten times the effort as I had to adapt to new software that the … Continue reading

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Around the Word Again…

I love doing A Round of Words in 80 Days. I discovered some years ago that I much prefer jobs that take me from one (or several) projects to another. I like the ebb and flow of sometimes being very … Continue reading

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Unfulfilled

She knew what she wanted. She sat on the front porch of their run-down starter home, laptop open. The short story had been a resounding success… with her family and teachers. It could be the scene in a larger work. … Continue reading

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Interview With Galit Breen

Once upon a time I was a TRAVELER. I met amazing people and ate delicious food. All was well with my world. And then, I started my real life. I became a STUDENT earning a BS in Human Development and … Continue reading

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