A Desperate Turn to Scheduling

This is a short practical post today. My last post was a declaration of war (I mean a declaration of writing,) this one will follow with what every succesful campaign needs: a battle plan. No matter how well intentioned our declarations and resolutions might be, nothing will change unless we change it. I cannot approach […]

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Cliff and staircase

A Matter Not of the Mind

I’m sharing this story in hopes that others with similar symptoms can get help sooner than I did. For those of us who live in the world of creation, it’s hard to realize there’s something increasingly wrong back in the boring world of the body. Add a fear of others discovering you’re weak or deficient […]

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Iceland photo by Mary C Kehoe

The Unmapped Life of a Creative

The hardest part of living life as a Creative in any form is that it’s not just taking the road less traveled it’s stepping off the road all together. Go read as many interviews with authors, screenwriters, artists, graphic designers, and the rest, that you can find and I can guarantee that no two “origin […]

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Literary Killing and Literal Death

I made my first kill today. In my writing. Turns out I go through the same grief pattern as I do when reading. First comes the denial. Surely they’re not really dead. You might think that’s odd, coming from the writer who is in fact making it all up. Wouldn’t I know if I was […]

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Merry In Peril – Why the name?

The theme for this blog has been living in my head for quite sometime, there it probably would have stayed for quite sometime except that the events of this summer spurred me toward the written word. There will be more on these said events in posts to come. Don’t get your hopes up, I wasn’t […]

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