Monthly Archives: March 2019

Black and white downy woodpecker on a cage of suet

On Completing a First Draft

I haven’t written about writing in a while. I’ve been working on a novel since approximately the dawn of written language. Almost three years ago, I wrote about breaking through a block (“The Insecurities of Being a Writer”). Last fall, I waxed enthusiastically in “Writing Is like a Fungus” about the guidebooks I used to […]

Stream and trees in snow

Winter Notes

In the evening when it’s dark and the stars shine bright, I like to stand by an open window and listen and breathe and look into the night. Winter air can be odorless. Or a pocket of scent might startle me, usually when walking through the woods. It could be the mild skunk-like musk of […]

Reads Rainbow

reviews, releases and recommendations

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Shortness of Breadth

Whatever

FURIOUSLY REASONABLE

M A G P I E à la modus operandi

Memories by Marguerite Quantaine

#HOPEJAHRENSURECANWRITE

books and things.

Zestful Writing

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Irrelevant Cyberspeak

because you don't have anything better to do...

Miz Chef

Cooking Up a Healthy Life

Ruth Perkinson

Author & Spiritual Teacher

Nicola Griffith

Writer. Queer cripple with a PhD. Seattle & Leeds.

Writer Unboxed

about the craft and business of fiction

Blackadder Blogs

Jesse Blackadder on writing, books, life.

Karin Kallmaker - Romance, Women, Words

Love is the universal story. Women loving women are the heroes of our own lives. Author Karin Kallmaker's site and shop.

Ann McMan – Treehouse Studio

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Missouri Vaun

Writer of lesbian romance

Clifford Mae Henderson

Thoughts on Writing and Life