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How on earth do people manage to balance a full-time job, a part-time job, AND find time to read/write/draw? If everyone could choose a minor superpower (a minorpower), I would pick never having to sleep as mine. 70 more words


Author's Note: Potential

This poem was obviously about being infatuated with “what could be” instead of what it really is. I’m young, but I’m learning early that this is a dating pattern of mine. 112 more words

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The Midwest Writers Workshop

The Midwest Writers Workshop remains the single best experience I’ve had furthering my writing career. Over two-hundred writers attend the event in Muncie, IN this year and I’ve got to say it was good to come again. 637 more words

Kyle Newbridge


Writing a book is such a huge undertaking. There are times when it pushes my creativity and patience to the limit. And my desire for perfection only makes it worse. 175 more words

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To Boldly Wander…

Art By Alex Andreev

In keeping with a personal vow of total and complete honesty, I was destined to be a nerdy girl. I vividly remember watching the Friendship 7 and Mercury space flights with awe, wonder and envy. 490 more words



I thought this subject might be interesting to blog about and then a remote hard drive crashed today and having lost a lot of material, some not very important, it seemed more pertinent because machines, software, not to mention consumer hardware, are central to everyday life. 258 more words

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Author's Note: Maya Angelou

This piece I wrote was obviously inspired by Maya Angelou. I originally wrote it September 22, 2014. Of course relationships is always a HOT topic-emotions dictate our lives! 171 more words

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