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Writing and Bad Guys, a better week; Photography and Walking; The Expat Life; Friends

There were no responses to my question last week on how others work on their novels except for one from a friend on Facebook. She told me that she also writes by the chapter or until there is a break in the action or time sequence. 654 more words

Living In Lima Peru

Writing Ups and Downs; Photography; the Expat Life; Friends

As usual these days, my writing has had its good and bad moments. I started and finished a new chapter since my last post and have a small start of the newest one, chapter 18. 745 more words

Living In Lima Peru

Writing, Still Struggling; Photo Walks; the Expat Life; and Friends

Although I’ve had a few successful days at the keyboard, they are still too few and far between. I have managed to finally complete chapter 16 and get a decent start on the next chapter but things haven’t settled down enough for me to get back into my regular routine yet. 693 more words

Living In Lima Peru

Forced Writing; Expat Life; Friends and a Party

Despite my good intentions to jump back into the writing mode after my move to the new apartment, life and lack of will took over. First, I find it hard to write through a fog of flu induced mucous. 760 more words

Living In Lima Peru

Guatemala, you got me: Antigua, Monterrico and Guatemala City

Well, I’m back in Antigua again. It’s been almost a month since the first time I arrived here from Semuc Champay in our broken down bus. 905 more words

Mollie Barnes

Guatemala: 1/22 - 1/28

San Pedro (Lake Atitlan) >>> Antigua >>> Monterrico >>> Antigua

+ Woke up and had breakfast for the last time with our family. Some sort of weird hot oatmeal and milk soup thing that wasn’t good, but wasn’t bad, just a little weird. 2,833 more words