Category Archives: Storytelling

Tarot for Writing

This post is part of my series “Pagan Infused NaNo”. Basically, how-to’s of how elements of Pagan spirituality can aid in the creative process. Note these aren’t all just for writers. Many of them can apply to any form of … Continue reading

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Words Hold The Magic

          “…There aren’t any magical words, really. The words just hold the magic. They give it a shape and a form, they make it useful, describe the images within.           I’ll say … Continue reading

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All Hallows Write Tag!

I found this fun little survey on Sam Kasse’s Tumblr and thought it would fun and festive to fill this out for my characters in SOMEONE LIKE YOU! I might do this again in November for my characters in my … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To Myself

Dear Self, Grab a cub of coffee or mead because you need to sit and learn a lesson. Remember years ago when you wished you’d studied tarot but thought it would take too long so didn’t? Then you had the … Continue reading

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Writing Rituals Tag!

This has been going around Youtube and it looked fun so thought I would bring it over into a text based format. If you think this would be fun, join in and do it as well! 1. When do you … Continue reading

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Book Blog Newbie Tag!

I’m not exactly new to the blogging world (I’ve had this blog for about two years, and had another one prior to that), but I adore tags. Plus I haven’t always blogged about books. My dear friend Sarah Campbell tagged me … Continue reading

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On Shelving LGBT Books

I was in Word Bookstores the other day to price the next novel in the series that I’m reading and noticed they had an endcap dedicated completely to LGBT authors and books. It brought up the same internal (and sometimes … Continue reading

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