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Social Muckery: A Lesson in Tweeting

OR Tossing Random Thoughts into the Void Photo by Ian Baldwin on Unsplash I had a talk with my boss the other day at my “real job.” He asked what the point of Twitter was. He just didn’t get it and thought it was a waste of time. I found myself trying to defend it, trying to come …

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Words Lost and Words Found (NaNoWriMo Update — Week Two)

Photo by ariadna I have been writing every day—not that this is terribly unusual of late—but this time with the pressure of not getting my word count in for NaNoWriMo on top of it. It's a silly, self-imposed trial of words, but I think there's some great value to it. Just having committed to doing it …

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To Recharge or Not to Recharge (NaNoWriMo Update – Week One)

Photo by Jordan McQueen I’ve been writing every day for a solid week on the sequel to my recently finished novel (as yet to be published, or officially announced) as part of NaNoWriMo. That’s National Novel Writing Month, if you’re not familiar. It’s been a lot of fun, but I’m also putting in a lot …

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