Category Archives: Writing

This category is for those posts related to writing in general.

Double Standards

I do a lot of research. At times, I’m pretty sure I write novels just so I can buy books that interest me. The hubbinator would agree:D I love how the smallest detail can add dimension and layers in a … Continue reading

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Desperately Seeking…

Okay, desperate might be a bit of an overstatement. But I’m interested in recommendations for drawing apps on an iPad air. There are a lot of them out there, pages of them on my search, and I don’t really trust … Continue reading

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At Phoenix Comicon Through the Weekend

Happy Friday everyone! I’m at Phoenix Comicon today signing my books and character watching with Vijaya Schartz. We never even heard a thing about the armed man the police arrested until long after the incident. So thank you to Security … Continue reading

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Are You Listening?

Lately, I’ve been accumulating podcasts. Podcasts on gardening and writing. In other words, things I find interesting and useful. Trouble is, I haven’t be actually listening to them. In part, it’s because my truck doesn’t have Bluetooth so I can … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for #PhxComicon

Most writers are introverts. We live in the worlds we create in our heads and are quite happy there. But sometimes, we need to leave and actually go out to meet people. Real people; not the characters in our heads. … Continue reading

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Acts Against Liberty

In war, everyone makes sacrifices. Not all of them are voluntary, some are legislated. After declaring war on the Central Powers, the US opened another front, a home front, against hyphenated Americans: German-Americans, Irish-Americans, and Jews (who were perceived as hating … Continue reading

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Taking Care

Nothing advances medicine more than war. The injuries inflicted on soldiers and civilians evolve because of advances in weaponry. And while World War 1 was the first fully industrial war, the US Civil War foreshadowed the horrors to come with … Continue reading

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