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Guest Post: A Q&A With Now My Wings Fit

Dear Reader, I’m very glad to have Ellen Grace from the blog Now My Wings Fit on today’s guest post. Please take a few moments to read what her blog is about, her views on fantasy and fanfiction, what advice she has for other writers, and more! How would you describe your blog for those… Continue Reading

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Over 500 Follows! A Big Thank You!

Dear Reader, I haven’t been around much lately because I’ve been trying to fight off this nasty flu. However, I realized that somewhere within the last week, this website reached over 500 subscribers from WordPress and e-mail subscriptions combined. This really is amazing to me. I remember the time when I was ecstatic that I… Continue Reading

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Guest Post: A Q&A with Postcards to Seattle

Dear Reader, I’m very excited to have Postcards to Seattle join me today. For those who aren’t familiar with her website, Postcards to Seattle documents one blogger’s explorations to various parts of the world and what she finds along the way. Read below to learn about her website, why traveling is so important to her, the biggest challenge… Continue Reading

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When the Inkwell Dries Up: Time Travel

Dear Reader, It would be a great thrill if we could go back to the past on a giant time travel machine, especially if we were not subject to the consequences of the dizzying, disorienting effects that I imagine come with traveling back in time in a tiny, tight machine. As for now, there seems… Continue Reading

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Jumbled Writer’s Top Ten Tips for Creating a Blog

Dear Reader, Since I’ve never really talked about blogging, and since I have a little bit of experience with it, I’ve decided to offer you my top ten tips for writing a blog. Keep in mind this is just my experience and should not be viewed as rules that must always be followed. 1. Act… Continue Reading

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The Golden Months: October

Dear Reader, Assuming you have looked at a calendar (digital or paper) in the last four days, then you know that the days of October are here! In October, things are starting to get a little colder, but also there is some progression from the previous month. The children and teachers are back in school… Continue Reading

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The Golden Months: September

Dear Reader, The first part of the Golden Months are here. September, October, November, and December are the greatest months of the year. There is something so special about them, so unique, so warm. I love the warmth. It is not scalding, like the summer months, not something you could suffocate on. It is a cooler type of… Continue Reading

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What Do Authors Do?

Dear Reader, While at the library the other day, I came across a children’s book that was titled “What Do Authors Do?” by Eileen Christelow. Fascinated by what the perspective would be, I looked up the book. So what do authors do? Apparently, a lot of thinking, a lot of writing, and a lot of… Continue Reading

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Silence is Golden–Just Not Here

Dear Reader, I finished reading the book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain recently. For one thing, it was a very heavily-researched book. I can’t believe how well-researched it was. The book is just like the title in that there is a lot of writing. Luckily, the writing is… Continue Reading

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