Let's Talk Taylor Swift
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1w ago
  Now, I could contribute to the debates going on that are revolving around Taylor Swift and the fact that she's supportive of her boyfriend (who also supports her), attending each of his games and the Superbowl (for which he's voiced gratitude that she comes to each one), and how some people (mainly men but also women) are annoyed with that and very possibly setting bad examples for their daughters/nieces/granddaughters with the things they are saying and demonstrating in regard to Taylor Swift. But I'm not going to. Others have done that so much better than I could. And, hell, let's fac ..read more
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Space is Hard / Writers on the Moon
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3w ago
Writers on the Moon is a time capsule of 125 authors' works (plus their stowaways' works) that was onboard the Peregrine Lunar Lander. Peregrine was the first American Moon Lander to launch in 50 years! Although it didn't go as planned, we will always be a part of that bit of space history. Peregrine Lander Timeline of Events: January 8th, 2024, 2:18am EST: - The United Launch Alliance's Vulcan rocket carrying the Peregrine lander launched 1/8/2024 at 2:18am from Cape Canaveral, FL. Check out the launch here. - After successfully separating from the rocket, Peregrine experienced an anomaly ..read more
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Should You Keep Writing or Stop?
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2M ago
  Reasons Why You Should Keep Writing: - Writing is your purpose. You don’t know what you’d do if you weren’t writing, it’s the only thing you want to do, and you hate not being able to write every day, or at least a few times a week. - Writing is your passion. It makes you happy, it’s your main creative outlet, or your favorite hobby. - You enjoy it. You love crafting characters, imagining worlds, and concocting stories. - The only way you can express yourself is through writing. You use it to heal from your past, to understand your emotions, and to share parts of yourself otherwise hidd ..read more
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Astrology for Character Development
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3M ago
  Astrology is something that not many of use when we’re creating our characters, but it can be a neat layer in your character development. Using astrology, we can learn more about our characters than ever before. First, knowing your character’s sun sign (Aries, Leo, Pisces) can provide you valuable insight into the core of who your character is as a person, such as their ego and sense of self. All you need to know is your character’s birth month or day to calculate this, if you have a specific date in mind, or if you know a sun sign that sounds like a fun one, you can chose a birthday to ..read more
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My Muse Says, "Hi!"
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3M ago
  In Greek mythology, there are nine goddesses (known as muses), daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, who preside over the arts and sciences: Calliope – Epic Poetry Clio – History Erato – Lyric Poetry Euterpe – Song and Elegiac Poetry Melpomene – Tragedy Polyhymnia – Hymns Terpsichore – Dance Thalia – Comedy Urania – Astronomy  Usually when we think of a muse, we think of a person or a force that is the source of inspiration for a creative person. Sometimes we visualize a fairy-type creature sprinkling us with glittery star dust, which can cause people to think that the idea of a muse as ..read more
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Restrictive Writing Rules
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3M ago
  One of the biggest causes of writer’s block is all of the restrictive writing rules floating around out there. Many of these writing “rules” are created by other writers and editors. Most of the time, they are opinions, and writers fall for them, thinking they are law, but they are not. Usually you can tell which “rules” are opinions, like not writing sentences that start with “as” or “-ing” words (gerunds). For Example: As she rocked the baby, she hummed under her breath. Or: Shaking her head, she glared at him. There is nothing wrong with those sentences. Nothing at all. They are gr ..read more
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Do You Write? Then You're A Writer!
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4M ago
Julie & Julia is one of my favorite comfort movies. In the beginning of the film, Julie says to her husband, “You’re not a writer unless someone wants to publish you.” Wrong. You’re a writer if you write. Period. That doesn’t men you have to be writing all the time, either. You’re still a writer when you’re blocked. You’re still a writer when your burned out. You’re still a writer when you choose to take a break. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a writer is “one that writes,” which should say one “one who writes,” but you get it. Another definition is that a writer is someone ..read more
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Publishing Depression
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4M ago
  For years I fought to get a single thing published. I sent out query letters and received only rejections. Nothing with any substance, either, to let me know what I did wrong. During that time, I kept on writing, though, and completed four books in a series. Still nothing. Not even a shred of hope. I always read tips from agents telling unpublished writers to build their credentials, as if we aren’t trying to, and get stories published in magazines, as if it’s easy. To this day, I still haven’t had a story published in a print magazine. Although, I must admit I haven’t tried in a very l ..read more
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I’m Dead / Vlog / Ghost of Death
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4M ago
  Last year, I recorded this short video. I really had to pull out my acting chops for this one. This is Jolie’s monologue in the beginning of Ghost of Death. Ghost of Death is a short story that’s always $0.99! I’m Dead Length: 1:13 BLURB: Jolie Montgomery, a twenty-one-year-old woman, wakes up in an alley next to her corpse. She has no memories of her murder or the night she died. She didn’t even see the killer’s face before he or she took her life. Wanting justice, Jolie seeks answers in the only way a ghost can…by stalking the lead detective on the case. Avrianna Heavenborn is d ..read more
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Happy HalloREAD!!! What I Do For Trick-Or-Treaters
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4M ago
  Last year, I gave out books to trick-or-treaters. I got the idea the year before and spent all of 2022 stocking up on children’s books, middle grade, and young adult books, and I had a lot of fun doing it, too. I collected these books from library book sales, my own shelves after I’d read them, and other means. Along with the tubs of books, I included a bucket full of goodie bags containing Halloween pencils, erasers, crayons, stickers, and more. Those supplies came from my mom’s book signing freebies. I’ll have goodie bags this year, too. Although not pictured, I did have a bunch of pl ..read more
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