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A Long Day & Some Self-Care

Today has felt like a very long day, and part of it is because I’ve been being really lazy. Also, I was up pretty early today, and I didn’t have to work, so that definitely contributed to things. 428 more words

a few thoughts on clean slates...

I took Latin in high school. It was one of my favorite classes. First, it was a favorite because the teacher was a hoot! She was lively and funny and said totally unpredictable things. 746 more words

April 19, 1930

From the Gods’ Hollow journal of Duncan Blood.

April 19, 1930.

Close to where Gods’ Hollow meets my lands, I discovered an abandoned stretch of road which had not existed the day before. 191 more words


Imagine that?

People are always asking where writers get their ideas from. I’ve written about this before, as have many other writers. But here is a twist for you; it’s also the reason my grammar is so horrendously bad. 329 more words

Heading Into the Stretch: Final Edits with Three Readers (High School Boyfriend Continuing)

Due to problems on their website, the deadline for submission of manuscripts to the Faulkner-Wisdom Competition has been extended again, to May 31.

This is wonderful news for those who are  having problems with editing and could use the extra time. 903 more words

My Writing

Thinking Critically About Revision

by Kylie Carlson

often in a heated argument do you find yourself rewriting a text message?
Backspacing, rewording, rereading over and over until you’ve got the perfect… 439 more words

Editing Your Own Work

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I’m delighted to have a story accepted for publication in moonShine Review. It’s an honor, something I’ve been working toward for a couple of years at least, maybe longer. 666 more words