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X-ray is for x-amining your approach to advice on writing

I’ve been doing a lot of posts about writing the last few days and today I was hoping to write about one of my other blog topics but alas here I am again discussing writing. 254 more words


Review: How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

How to make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

Published by: Houghton Mifflin Books
ISBN: 9780544815193
Released: 2 May 2017

Read: 23 April 2017

There are elements of this young adult novel that I enjoyed immensely, despite one major trope with which I struggle. 764 more words


How to Motivate a Toddler

Setting a good example is a wise way to motivate toddlers.

Cheerleading skills and strategic manipulation are often essential for motivating your toddler. It’s hard to fathom how someone so small can outwit and exasperate adults

Nitty gritty, it ain't pretty. Game design part three!

So we started at a grand, elevated and strategic level where we came up with design goals, conceptual areas and the purpose of the game. Then we moved onto sharing those ideas with another person (in my case Mike is that person) and seeing what concrete practical ideas start to formulate. 882 more words


Girl out of Water by Laura Silverman

Girl out of Water by Laura Silverman

Published by: Sourcefire Books
Released: 1st May 2017
ISBN: 9781492646860

Read: 26 April 2017

Girl out of Water… 667 more words


Inspired By...

Belgian Countryside.

Inspiration:  I’ve really gotten into the new show Nate & Jeremiah By Design on TLC.  During the first project, they used the theme Belgian Countryside, which I was struck by.   42 more words

Whiskey is for writing fiction in war torn cities

There are many aspects of writing a setting. War-torn cities are no exception to the rule. They are an intriguing setting due to the fact that so much can be portrayed through the decimation of the surrounding area. 449 more words

Michelle M. Perkins