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imposter syndrome

Do you know what imposter syndrome is?  I don’t know a single creative who isn’t plagued by it at some point in their career, if not through their whole career. 349 more words


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Welcome to my humble site~

And, I just wanted to say…I’m Sorry

I know, I know, it’s weird that, though I planned this blog as web-novel, the story hasn’t progressed much at all. 256 more words

Stuffed Souls needs your help

Thank you to all who have read my latest book, Stuffed Souls. The excitement I keep hearing is wonderful, but I do have a favor to ask. 112 more words

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Author's note for "Prometheus and Chiron"

Prometheus and Chiron is a more or less straightforward horror story, and its trigger was also straightforward—so straightforward that you might be able to guess it without me telling you, once you’ve read the story.  1,069 more words

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Did you know that wild camels once roamed freely through the southwest United states? Or that if you needed dentures in the mid-1800s they would probably be gathered from the mouths of fallen soldiers? 83 more words

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Archetypes as Guides to Character Development

Many systems exist as ways to organize and classify types of human behavior.  Astrology is perhaps one of the most ancient. Due to its revival in modern times, the twelve signs of the zodiac are familiar to most people on a rudimentary level. 520 more words

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Tips To Make Your Emails & Newsletters User Friendly

Here are just a few tips to get your subscribers to open your emails

1. Creative subject lines.

The subject line is the first thing that is seen in your inbox mail. 69 more words

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