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Sisyphus runs my inbox…

Seriously, I feel like the more messages and emails and texts and message and emails and whatsapps and notifications I check off the old to-do list, the farther and farther behind I lag. While I’m working on clearing some projects … Continue reading

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New mic, that’s who…

In answer to the question, of course, “New mic, who dis?” Here, let me show you: I was reading Podcasting Made Simple by Daniel Larson to learn some ways to approach developing, producing, and promoting a show, and in that … Continue reading

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Road trip!

If we weren’t moving this summer, I probably wouldn’t have driven to Charlotte last night. Right now, I am beyond tired, with my eyeballs drooping and just enough motivation to brew some strong, hot tea and keep pushing through. How … Continue reading

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Dusting Myself Off and Getting Back in the Fight

…when I wrote down my intentions for the new year, I included the fact that I wanted to do a podcast. And now…I am setting up for two. Continue reading

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Writing, Coaching, and Editing

Beginning October 1 2022, I am opening my freelance schedule to coaching and manuscript assessment clients. Continue reading

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31 Days of Art, Day 23: Slither

Welcome to Slither, the game where you slide your way to victory! Find your way around your opponent to the other side of the board. First one there, wins! Continue reading

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31 Days of Art, Day 15: Holes

I was organizing my underwear into neat little rolls, just like in the book, folding and rolling and stacking so I could easily see at a glance what I had. Oddly satisfying. I looked up at the photo and paused, my sturdy cotton panties dangling from my hand.
Because there was a hole in the middle of the photo. Continue reading

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31 Days of Art Day 1: Scar

At the end of October, I may end up with 31 flash fiction stories. I may end up with some flash fiction and some scenes from Winter Run. I may end up giving up tomorrow. We’ll see. Continue reading

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On the Shelf: Write Your Story

In the spirit of thanks to people who have shared their stories with me, or who have written and publisher their stories for people like me to learn from, I wanted to highlight four books that center around ways to write down and amplify a story, in particular, a nonfiction story. I offer this with no expectation that the onus is on people of color to do the emotional and physical labor of pulling together and writing it down. I recognize that there are many books and resources out there that already exist for people like myself to do the work of self-education. I offer these merely in case you or someone you know has a story to tell and is looking for someplace to start. Continue reading

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A Conversation With Jon Ray…

A warm welcome to fantasy and science fiction author, Jon Ray. I’ve invited him here to talk about his writing journey, goblins and panning for gold in the Australian Outback. Sounds pretty cool, right? Let’s get started! Q (Infamous Scribbler): … Continue reading

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