Monthly Archives: October 2020

Recovering My Author Determination to Face NaNo

NaNoWriMo nears with my participation this year not a certainty. If I do join in, this would be my seventh NaNo in a row. I always “win,” but more important is satisfaction with what I produce. That means being prepared. … Continue reading

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How She Survives

She knew, in that moment after catastrophe, she knew. She knew her greatest enemy would soon arrive, the one she saw each day in the mirror. The one choice, the only choice, was to do what she must to survive. … Continue reading

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Dear World, Mental Illness is Real

It never ceases to amaze me the number of people who pay lip service to the reality of mental illness, but then turn a blind eye when faced with it. Sadly, it’s like that with most everything people can’t see. … Continue reading

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