Monthly Archives: March 2011

Running As Fuel for the Imagination

So I joined a running program – the “spring” session. I really had the urge to torture myself with this last fall, but I thought, “no, I’m not that hardcore to start a running program just before winter”. So I … Continue reading

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Should I Lay My Story to Rest?

I have not been obsessively calculating progress made on the first draft of my book lately. Probably because I’ve been neglecting it so terribly. Seriously considering laying this story to rest. My blog is becoming a memorial site for it anyway. … Continue reading

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The Graveyard Book – Continued

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD Well, unfortunately I have not picked up speed in the reading department. My brain is still too scattered it seems to focus on that. This has to change, and hopefully soon, before my already fragile sanity completely … Continue reading

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Music for Sad Days

This is only my second post specifically pertaining to Post A Week Challenge. I must confess, I was hoping the prompts would be a little more inspiring. Or, maybe I’m just not that easily inspired these days, but that is why … Continue reading

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Writer’s Block, Procrastination, Fear of Commitment, Or…Just Seriously Unhinged?

“The road to Hell is paved with works-in-progress.” ~ Philip Roth I have a problem. And some would call it writer’s block. Although technically, I’m finished my first draft and am now in the revising stage. But many scenes need … Continue reading

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