Category Archives: Storytelling

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 friendΒ 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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Begin Again

I’m writing again. Last month I didn’t write a thing–not a word. No poem, no sentence, nothing. (Unless you count a blog post, which in this context I don’t.) I don’t really know what happened. Maybe I was putting too … Continue reading

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Tell me, Child

Tell me child have you heard The song of the stars The hum of the trees The beat of the Earth? Tell me child have you felt The rhythm of the sea The music of the dolphins The poetry of … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo and National Poetry Month!

Tomorrow is the beginning of April and therefore the start of Camp NaNoWriMo and National Poetry Month. What does a Pagan author do when the two fall together? Work on a Pagan Poetry Collection of course! I was going to … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo?; Or, Too Many Projects!

I’ve decided this year for the first time ever that I’m going to be doing Camp NaNoWriMo. I think what made me decide was the combination of simply loving the community that regular NaNoWriMo brings, and the fact that April … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Bucket List?

So, I had never really thought about what would be on my Writer Bucket List before the Author Life Month challenge came along. I just knew that I liked telling stories, that if I didn’t write I didn’t feel like … Continue reading

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