Tag: writer

A Wordless Love Story – February 2018 Update

On February 4, 2013, I originally posted this blog about a six-minute animated film that mixes hand-drawn and CGI animation to tell a love story Unfortunately, the YouTube video I chose is no longer available. You can, however,… Read More

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Wandering and Stories

Edie Melson’s graphics always grab my attention and stir my muse. She’s gifted and insightful and incredibly generous to allow sharing of her work. The quote in this meme especially caught my attention. A writer wanders. And a… Read More

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Could there be a secret writer within you?

The Urban Dictionary defines a closet writer as anyone who is involved in any of the arts (e.g. music, writing, drawing, photography, etc.) but will not admit it. Either that or he/she literally hides it somewhere and only… Read More

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Your fiction reading choice – literary or commercial?

As an author, I’m frequently asked what I write. You’d think the answer would be easy. It’s not. My dilemma about how to answer comes because I write a blend of literary and commercial fiction. But that answer won’t make… Read More

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Reader Book Reviews – An Author’s Conundrum

I’m a writer. I’m a reader. Frankly, I’m not sure you can be one without the other. When I finish reading a book, I write a review. Why do I take the time and go to all the trouble?… Read More

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The Creative Mind

A guest blog by J.D. Faver Thank you so much, Judythe, for inviting me to be your guest today. Lately, I have been thinking a lot about creativity and how different individuals express themselves. I am a writer… Read More

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Solitude – One Word Wednesday

Most of us have been held captive by winter’s hold for so long now. Too long. We’ve been isolated. Stuck inside. Alone. Consider Lord Byron’s take on solitude. Thanks to Edie Melson of The Write Conversation for sharing her… Read More

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Liminal Space and Me

I recently learned about a concept called Liminal Space. I’d never heard the term before so off to Google I went. Liminality is a transition period where normal limits to thought, self-understanding and behavior are relaxed – a… Read More

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Harnessing Your Writer’s Imagination

More company and I’m excited to welcome Jane Carver to the porch today. She’s talking about imagination. One of my favorite topics since my imagination tends to run full throttle. Harnessing Your Writer’s Imagination As a writer, my imagination creates… Read More

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Don’t look down!

Welcome with me our first guest blogger for Company’s Coming Thursday. Her thoughts on life resonate with me. I’m thinking they will with you too. Don’t look down! by Jody Payne Don’t look down. But it’s okay if… Read More

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