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Chapter Eight

“There had just been an earthquake that morning – I was in Tokyo, you remember – and it wasn’t a big one, but I wanted to leave that place in a hurry. 1,771 more words

Fiction

NaNoWriMo: Character Motivation

NaNoWriMo is fast approaching!  As we get closer to November, I’m sharing some of my insights about how I conceive and write my stories and novels. 767 more words

Publishing

Maintaining Composure

I like to think that I am okay when dealing with children. Having worked in a daycare for over two years, I have dealt with every disgusting, unsanitary, and just plain gross situation imaginable. 768 more words

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First memories

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” – Annie Dillard

One of the first stories I remember my husband telling me when we first met was how, as a baby, he was incredibly frustrated that he couldn’t reach the mobile above his crib.  227 more words

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Theater Week - Hunt

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through October 27, 2014

SPECIAL EVENTS:
* The Hunt – A team video scavenger hunt competition in and around central Durham. 376 more words

Triangle Theater

The Combined Beginning-Ending Moment

In Bach’s cello suites you see a lot of phrases like this:

…where the low note you land on (the one in the middle here) is the first note of the next measure, and the beginning of the next phrase. 562 more words

Free Storytelling Tool Demonstrates Game of Thrones Map

Geo-located map apps are fun to make and fun for the audience to engage with. These storytelling tools have huge potential when the story is map-based. 111 more words

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