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Free Fall Friday - October Results


This illustration was sent in by Patricia Pinsk. She works primarily with water colour, ink, digital photography, coloured pencil and collage. Patricia holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Vancouver’s Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design (now called Emily Carr University of Art and Design), as well as a Certificate in New Media from Vancouver Film School. 2,202 more words


Mojo and Twitch

My right eye is twitching.  I’ve had a headache for two days now.  Sleeping too much.  The rain, the rain.  It gets dark at 5:00 p.m. 470 more words


1st Set of Revisions On Untitled Thriller & Into The Night!

The 1st set of revisions are near complete on two of my short-film scripts. One is an unnamed psychological thriller and the other project is called Into The Night, although I can’t place a genre to it quite yet. 60 more words



Holly Lisle is looking for readers and writers to build a community that fosters the growth of new writers.  The readers will have the opportunity to help writers they support to grow and learn, the writers will gain support and assistance where they need it.  30 more words


Stuff and Things

Hey! Well look at you! *squints through the screen* It’s been a while, hasn’t it?

My blog posts have been kind of sparse as of late, but there’s a reason for that.  383 more words


Editing And The Art Of Not Losing Your $#!+

With NaNoWriMo fast approaching, there are a lot of people out there gearing up for marathon writing sessions to reach that 50,000 word mark. For those unfamiliar with the event, the challenge is to write a novel in a month with minimal edits and rewrites. 1,323 more words

Life As Me

A Country Of Sick Men

Originally posted 8/28/2013.

The men of that country 
must be sick
for how else can one explain
comb-overs, wars,
long nosed cars, 
long reach guns,  121 more words