Category Archives: Kids and Cats

5 Interesting Links for 04-20-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Rural Access (Technology) There have been many promises of expanding Internet access in the United States, but remote areas in rural America are still under-served. This article talks of an … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 03-02-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Submissions (Publishing) If literary magazines are your submission targets, this seems a good list of available ones with a little about the market and links to their submission guidelines. https://blog.reedsy.com/literary-magazines/ … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 02-23-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Editing (Writing) A curious experiment in statistical analysis to discover authors’ favorite words and phrases across all their works. https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-06-26/journalist-uses-statistics-uncover-authors-cinnamon-words Trailers (Promotion) If you’re thinking about making a book trailer, … Continue reading

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The Third NaNo 2017 Progress Report: Distractions

Consistency hasn’t really been a thing this year, but I have managed to write–something–every day. I did a little better on average, I think, but managed to burn through a good bit of my cushion this week, then raised it … Continue reading

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Of Sea Urchins and Hook-Worms (redux): the Power of Fairy Tales.

I posted this originally in 2013, but I think it has odd resonance in a time when truth and fact have given way to media and public figure pronouncements, when something shared on Facebook could look just as true as … Continue reading

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