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So rich, so bored.

It was the weekend, and my friend Alex and I were going to see Thoroughbreds. I was drawn in by the viral marketing campaign on Facebook; and I love everything Anya Taylor-Joy does. 1,642 more words

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A Writer's Retreat

Somewhere in this world is a perfect study. Rich mahogany bookshelves stretch from wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling, replete with a little rolling ladder to reach tomes on the uppermost shelves. 881 more words


3 short films about writer's block

Text: Solveig Hansen, 2018

What happens inside a writer’s mind when the ideas stop flowing?

Adaptation, The Shining, Swimming Pool, Wonder Boys… 435 more words


Brain mush...

Busy week over here–work wise, anyways, hence the radio silence but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been ruminating on Achelon City or working on some small pieces of artwork. 183 more words


E Cubed

Energy, exploring, and expectations.

The more I write fiction, the greater I understand that much of my writing is about exploring what I’m thinking and understand (and then trying to explain and share it by putting it in a story), and managing expectations about writing. 393 more words


The "book stork" & my 40 lb. bundle of joy!

As some of you may know (and may be sick of hearing by now) my fifth novel, WHEN NEVER COMES, is due out on May 1st, and the last two days have been an absolute joy. 344 more words

Women's Fiction

#TBT: My Favorite Writing Tools

Originally posted in 2009, after I went on a weeklong book-signing tour in Michigan with several other authors from Barbour. While the computer equipment and office/house are different nine years later, pretty much all of this still holds true. 472 more words