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10 things that I would totally lie right to your face about so don't even ask me.

1.  The, “where have you been,” question.

I’m a private person by nature – aside from a neurotic obsession with sharing my own short comings with a worldwide audience – so, if you don’t know where I was, then I am most likely not interested in sharing that information with you.  1,024 more words


Mirror Cracked, Interpretation Corrected

The heavy burden of visual reflection. The jaded misinterpretation of outward appearance. My routine and self-perception is all too often dictated by mirrors. Thus to wake up in a word without mirrors, you say, would help me focus on the truly important—what lies inside. 27 more words



No promises as to resuming a regular posting. As today’s essay reflects, my life is unfolding in such an unplanned way that I know better than to commit yet to any regular writing schedule. 729 more words

Life Wisdom

Thoughts on Writing Challenges

Now that I’m officially over, I can go into “Edit” mode.  My brain has been screaming for this constantly over the last week.  There’s a part of me that enjoys creation, but I really like editing my work.   327 more words


Mindlove: Tough Being An Oracle

For this prompt I wrote from the perspective of an oracle.

Being an oracle is kind of overrated if you really want me to be honest with you. 318 more words

This Blog Needs A Title

What am I supposed to do with this?


I am entering another writing challenge hosted by Jay Dee over at “I Read Encyclopedias for Fun”


Here is his challenge:

This time, we have a genre and single line.  1,206 more words

I Read Encyclopedias For Fun

Manuscript Similarities

I was at a writing workshop once with a woman who had been working on a picture book manuscript for years. She was a full-time professor at a university, if I remember correctly. 287 more words

Musings Of A Children's Writer