My Little Town Tuesday: Nip and Tuck

Posted May 22 2012

Over the weekend, we passed this billboard and Old Dog shuddered. “That sign really creeps me out.” “Really?” I said, twisting around in my seat to catch another look. Other than the “you’re so not okay the way you are you should pay us to suction out your gut fat with a vacuum hose” message, it […]

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And the Winner Is….

Posted May 12 2012

The amount of food I had for the Postal Service’s Feed the Hungry campaign this morning… was exceeded only by the amount of expired food I found in the cupboards…. Old Dog actually got a mild case of food poisoning last week from a tiny can of veggies, so thank you! Post Office, for motivating […]

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Fiction Friday: What I Learned at the Plotting Through Character Workshop

Posted May 4 2012

This was, without question, the best writing workshop I’ve ever attended. (And I’ve been to a few.) It was drawn from Break Into Fiction, a book co-written by Mary and Dianna Love. It contains 11 templates to help you think through who your characters are, what decsisions they make, and the outcomes of those decisions. […]

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Travelogue Thursday: April in Washington (State)

Posted May 3 2012

Over the weekend, I went to Port Townsend, WA, for a Power Plotting Weekend with the amazing Mary Buckham. (If you’re interested, I’ll share some of what I learned on Fiction Friday.) I flew out early and stayed over another day so I’d have time to sightsee. Took the Light Link Rail from SeaTac into […]

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