Tag Archives: wonders large and small

Elders of Fiction: A Love Letter from #BookFest

Dear Elders of Fiction, I hope you don’t mind me calling you that. It’s just that I’m still a baby, really, and you have been writing for a long time. I just wanted to say how much I like listening … Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury dies at 91

Ray Bradbury died last night, here in California. We live remarkably close to one another and because of this, I had the opportunity to hear him speak in person on two occasions. This was a couple years ago. I remember … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Miracles

Sometimes it is possible, and necessary, to be your own divine intervention. Continue reading

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The Best Thing Ever

For a pet without a home, the best thing ever is the person who chooses to adopt them. This is the concept behind The Shelter Pet Project. A joint effort by The Humane Society, Maddie’s Fund, and the Ad Council, … Continue reading

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The Best Thing Ever

For a pet without a home, the best thing ever is the person who chooses to adopt them. This is the concept behind The Shelter Pet Project. A joint effort by The Humane Society, Maddie’s Fund, and the Ad Council, … Continue reading

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JH @ 26k words and a light in the sky

Yep, JH is already up to 26,134 words–keeping in mind that this is not my NaNo word count (see graphic at right; support your local NaNo Rebel!), but the cumulative word count for the novel. I’ve been plotting in little … Continue reading

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One Year of Small Wonders

(Er, I’m actually a bit late–the anniversary was the second, but I, well, forgot. Thought I had a few more days into the month than that.) So, Small Wonders is one year old. I’m not sure what to think. On … Continue reading

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