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Thoughts On Books: Endless Ideas

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Endless Ideas: Master Bottomless Creativity by Sean M. Platt and Neeve Silver A few weeks ago I picked up Endless Ideas, which I had first heard from on The Story Studio podcast. Initially, I wanted to use it for my article writing more than… Continue Reading “Thoughts On Books: Endless Ideas”

Thoughts on Books: The 10X Author

The 10X Author: Level Up Or Be Left Behind by Sean M. Platt and Johnny Truant

Thoughts on Books: The Myth & Magic of Embroidery

The Myth and Magic of Embroidery by Helen M. Stevens “From ancient times, embroidery and other textile arts have been associated with myths and legends, fables and fairy tales, high drama and folklore, from Ancient Greece to modern Europe. This book explores the use… Continue Reading “Thoughts on Books: The Myth & Magic of Embroidery”

Worldbuilding Wednesday: Worldbuilding From Small Towns to Entire Universes

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Worldbuilding: From Small Towns to Entire Universes (The Million Dollar Writing Series) by Kevin J. Anderson “International bestseller Anderson has created many extensive fictional universes, ranging from sweeping galactic empires to complex steampunk fantasies, to humorous monster-filled cities. He has become known for his… Continue Reading “Worldbuilding Wednesday: Worldbuilding From Small Towns to Entire Universes”

Thoughts on Books: Writing with Chronic Illness by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

There was especially one book which caught my eye (and that was the first one that I ended up reading); Writing with Chronic Illness by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

Thoughts while reading: Snaps, Scraps and Snippets of the Past and Present

‘Memories are nothing less than bits of gold waiting to be mined from the veins of life.’

Thoughts on Books: The Lives They Left Behind: Suitcases From a State Hospital Attic

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“This book is dedicated to the memories of the Willard Suitcase owners, and to all others who have lived and died in mental institutions.” — Darby Penney & Peter Statsny