Month: November 2018

Writing experiment: Did Writing Down The Bones Help My Story?

Book Review: Writing Down the Bones I both loved and hated this book. I loved the simple writing, the personal tone the author struck, and the short chapters you could skip around without too much worry of losing your place. I hated the strong poetry slant that made me feel if I wasn’t slavering and Read More

Full moon experiment: Does moon phase planting work?

Gardening by moon phase has been passed down from generation to generation for so long, no one actually knows how long it has been in existence. There is no proof as of yet that gardening by moon phase does anything, and many scientists refer to it and other moon references as a myth. Still, the Read More

Is the Caucasian Ovcharka right for you?

The Caucasian Ovcharka is a rare breed of dog that has been using for guarding property and livestock for thousands of years. The Caucasian Ovcharka is an ancient breed, and is still used for its original purpose by shepherds to this day. A large breed of dog, they were bred to have the bravery, strength, Read More

High Fashion for that alluring “Writer” look!

This year I’ve been working extremely hard on building my freelance writing business so I can stay home full time with my children. My efforts have resulted in many wonderful clients whom I adore, and landed me a couple regular jobs ghost writing in, of all things, the fashion industry. My daily jaunts into fashion Read More

NaNoWriMo for the Broken Wristed

I don’t really have a broken wrist, but sometimes it feels like I might as well have. I suffer from the beginnings of carpal tunnel, made worse by the fact that I spend my whole day scissoring and then come home to write 5-6000 words every day. When I finish writing for all my clients Read More

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