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Story Constipation

A wonderfully vivid title, I know.

I am still pondering what story to do for NaNo. I’ve spent the last few days creating notes and charts, and have gotten some very good advice from other writers and artists. 683 more words

Cavitation Technologies Receives Nano Reactor(R) System Sale in Mexico

Los Angeles, CA, Oct 30, 2014 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CVAT) Berlin: (Stuttgart:WTC) announced today that the Desmet Ballestra Group, CTi s strategic partner since 2010 and licensee of the company s vegetable oil refining technology, has entered into a sales agreement with a soybean oil refinery in Mexico. 108 more words

Cavitation Technologies Receives Nano Reactor(R) System Sale in Mexico | Publicwire


Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CVAT) Berlin: (Stuttgart:WTC) announced today that the Desmet Ballestra Group, CTi’s strategic partner since 2010 and licensee of the company’s vegetable oil refining technology, has entered into a sales agreement with a soybean oil refinery in Mexico.
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NaNoWriMo: An Author's Blessing

For all you writing enthusiasts out there, it’s time to get in the spirit. Because November 1st is the beginning of NaNoWriMo! For those of you who don’t know what that is, here’s the gist of it: NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, is a challenge to try to complete an entire novel over the course of November. 477 more words

Arts & Literature

Ten Ways Writing a Novel is Like Berry Picking

This fall we moved back into my home town of Fairbanks, Alaska, and into a new house with a “wild” backyard. I put “wild” in quotes because this is essentially a neighborhood that most of the lower 48 would consider “on acreage.” But, the backyard has not been yarded out, and we found that there are a plethora of berries to be had in the fall: blueberries, raspberries, high-bush and low-bush cranberries, and rose hips. 720 more words

Writing

NaNoWriMo Musings

TWO days and the madness begins.

National Novel Writing Month.

I’m pretty anxious about this, my first annual attempt. 50,000 words toward a book manuscript in 30 days is a tall order. 261 more words

General Thought

NaNoWriMo: Blah, blah, blog!

Those of you who know me, know just how experimental this microblog is. ;-) I typically write longer more substantive pieces. For fellow Wrimos who want more, I’ve written two longer pieces about this year’s NaNoWriMo on my author site ( 52 more words

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