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Writer's consequences: losing readers on sharp plot turns

Why now? Why here? Method A:  BEFORE plot twist

Over and over you hear that things need to be justified when they happen in a novel, even though they don’t need to be justified when they actually happen in real life. 707 more words

CFS - Living And Writing With ME/CFS/CFIDS

What it is Really Like to Have Fibromyalgia

So, how in the hell are we supposed to explain to our loved ones just how sick we are, if we cannot think of the words to describe it all?   2,017 more words


Why Isn't My Brain Working?

Brain issues are scary. Not being able to remember peoples names, or find familiar objects, loosing things, coordination issues, getting muddled when speaking or not fallowing when other people are talking can be upsetting and a lot of us avoid thinking about what might be wrong. 739 more words


"Please notice when you are happy"

I’ve come across this Kurt Vonnegut quote twice in one week and in light of some crappy fatigue-related things I thought I’d better write about it. 1,200 more words


Guest post: Nita Dozer Thatcher On The Subject of Husbands

A dear friend from a closed FaceBook group wrote the following, and I had to share it, with her permission, because it is hilarious and she definitely deserves wider distribution! 945 more words

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My mind is a blank

Yep, so here I am staring at this screen trying to figure out what to write and my mind is a blank.  Really, a blank.  All day I’ve been thinking about witty and informative blog posts, but I’ve got nothing.   246 more words

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Pushing and Crashing (and going round the bend)

I’ve been a bit absent from this blog these last two weeks as I have got in to a nasty little habit of pushing too hard and then crashing. 1,180 more words