Monthly Archives: August 2012

Bac People and You

There are millions of bacteria living in a normal, healthy person – I’ve counted, and don’t even know if I have the number right.  Antibiotics and the current almost-paranoia with making sure homes are half-sterile don’t really do people favors, … Continue reading

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a hard habit to break: dystopia, utopia, dark fantasy/sf and the in-between

I’m always writing dystopias and dark fantasy/sf.  Cherryn and her whole series (and spinoffs) are dark/dystopian.  Much of Kritter (though not all) is dark fantasy, even with little people and elves running around.  I even have one world where its … Continue reading

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Play vs Play

QUICK!  think of the top-three things you want to do today.  Not the things you should do, or need to do, but the things you want.  Go shopping?  Time with spouse/significant other?  Take a walk?  Read something? They’re all as … Continue reading

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Kindling Excitement

Kindle — it’s everywhere now, and writers need to step up to the plate, it seems, including myself.  I’ve recently added a “Kindlesub” day to my “workweek” schedule.  Today’s one of the challenging days, when I’m easily distracted, a little … Continue reading

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