author ● sojourner ● mother artist

author ● sojourner ● mother artist

author ● sojourner ● mother artist


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Setting as a Character

Setting as a Character

“In the best stories, however, setting is an inherent element in bringing to life not just the scenery but also the characters themselves.” K.M. Weiland, Outlining Your Novel Some writers say the setting is it’s own character. I agree. When I started searching Google Maps […]

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Write Like It’s Your Job: February Update

Write Like It’s Your Job: February Update

How did the writer mom work balance go this month? It was alright. It’s so easy for homeschool and family life to usurp my writing hours. How did the writer mom work balance go this month? It was alright. It’s so easy for homeschool and […]

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Between Worlds

Between Worlds

The World in Tension We humans avoid tension at all costs. We walk on the other side of the street, don’t go to the party, switch social groups (or classes or jobs) to avoid people we’re in tension with, even if it’s one-sided and the […]

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Meet The Sea & All Its Stars

Meet The Sea & All Its Stars

Like most women who are children of the 80s and early 90s, I loved The Little Mermaid. It’s a captivating tale—the ocean, curiosity, forbidden land, and love. I sang Ariel’s songs and played Little Mermaid with my friends (though I always had to be Eric […]

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Write Like It’s Your Job: January Update

Write Like It’s Your Job: January Update

As a writer and a mom, there’s a good bit of trial and error to figure out what works best for me and my family as I work toward my goals. Step by step, little by little. Overall, January turned out to be a good […]

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