Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Time Between Times, And How To Use It

Today is Samhain, or Halloween if you prefer. It’s the end of the Celtic year, the time to prepare for what is yet to come. Unlike the Julian calendar, the Celts did not step from one year to another with … Continue reading

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Storms and their uses

With respect and best wishes/prayers with those being affected by Hurricane Sandy, I love storms. I grew up in tornado country (and they still freak me out no end) and one of the only things I miss about Texas, besides … Continue reading

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Muse Found!

At least for today. I’ve always been open to inspiration from anywhere I can find it, and I believe some things do just fall into your lap when you least expect it. In preparation for NaNoWriMo next month, I’ve been … Continue reading

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Update: I wasn’t kidding about needing something to ignore…

Today, during what had to be one of the most boring work trainings ever devised by man or demon, I managed to hand-write, in a small Moleskine¬† notebook, what will probably turn out to be one of the more important … Continue reading

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Things I Need To Write.

That is, things I find necessary to the act of writing. A computer/word processor/BlackBerry…something with a keyboard. I think very quickly, and my fingers can keep up with my thoughts on a keyboard far faster than they can with pen … Continue reading

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Finding Accountability

I love to write, to get into the minds and hearts of my characters, to play in their imperfect world, which is so different than my own imperfect one. They have to worry about invasions and demonic mages and careful … Continue reading

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