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Naming A Character

Do you like your name? Is it a name that already has a personality or trait attached to it, even if that trait doesn’t match you at all? Does it lead to jokes? For example, my name is Angel. For … Continue reading

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There Will Never Be “More Time”

Wow, Doreen Virtue has been a very inspiring figure for me lately! I actually got to meet this lovely woman on Friday after a certification class that I took (I can do Oracle Card readings now…go me!). She smiled when … Continue reading

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The Heroine

She can wear many hats: she can be an explorer, a CIA agent, a hunter of evil, or (especially recently) a teenager. She takes one look at the glass ceiling, gets a hammer, and shatters it. She is…the Heroine. She … Continue reading

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The Hero

The slayer of beasts, the voice of reason in a world of insanity, the One: He goes by many titles, but in the end, he is simply Hero. (Note: Before you even ask, next week will be about the Heroine, … Continue reading

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That First Step

A few years ago, I attended my first writer’s conference in Hawaii. I know, I went big for number one. I didn’t go expecting to get an agent, I was simply curious and wanted to start dipping my toes into … Continue reading

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