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Michille: Recorded Sessions

So many recorded sessions, so little time. Actually, the second part isn’t exactly true. I have all the time in the world. I’m referring to the RWA National Conference recordings. 375 more words

Eight Ladies Writing

Writing Fiction? 10 Common Writing Errors That Make You Look Like a Newbie

This is an article by Sarah White that I thought I would share with you. It’s always a good thing to read advice that can help improve our writing.   907 more words


Atheist blogging. #Bangladesh #atheism #writing #blogging

As I was trying to think of a topic for today’s blog post, I decided to search Yahoo!’s news section with the word “atheist.” I figured I haven’t written on that subject for a while. 620 more words


Write, Regardless...

A couple of months ago, I wrote a script that was out of my normal and preferred genre. It was a period piece set in the Antebellum South about a young woman’s struggle in the midst of an abusive marriage and the discovery of her half black sister. 239 more words

A Weekend with Lidia

Last year I wrote about The Chronology of Water by Lidia Yuknatvitch, a book that changed the way I thought about truth, about telling my truths as a writer, as a woman. 1,125 more words


Writing myself into a corner. #writing

One of the reasons that I haven’t been as active on this blog lately (aside from laziness) is that I think I burnt myself out. The things I have strong feelings for, such as my political views and thoughts on atheism, yield less-than-passionate results when it comes to writing about them these days. 484 more words