Monthly Archives: November 2020

You Are

You’re the beginning, the pathway, the destination, your mind, your thoughts, your vision. In this instant, this moment, and forever, your hopes, your journey, your growth. Be not hateful, nor bitter, nor diminished, instead question, and learn, and inspire. ©October … Continue reading

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After NaNo – Interviewing ME About “Editing Transition”

ME: Today, everyone, I’m interviewing Christina Anne Hawthorne, the most renowned writer that no one has ever heard of. Welcome, Christina. ME2: Thank you for having me—even though this looks exactly like where I’ve been for the last eight months. … Continue reading

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Inside Her Head

Positive self-talk, it came bearing gifts. Negative self-talk, it lied to hide who it was. One carried her, the other was a heavy load to bear. She saw neither, but chose which one to hear. Depression, positive words kept it … Continue reading

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Chemical Reaction

Separate, they were elemental, drifting, waiting for a positive outcome. Together, they were a chemical reaction, a sum, greater than either was before. Each was essential to the bond, enjoying, what two together could do. ©February 2018, November 2020 Christina … Continue reading

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2020 NaNo Log Wk3 – Late Month Perils

I could spin this blog post so many ways, but they would all come down to late month perils. I know they exist because I’ve suffered them all. They have anything to do with life events like becoming extremely sick … Continue reading

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Something She Heard

No one for her. Wasn’t that what they said, wasn’t that what they promised, from the day her heart opened until it should end? The words lingered. They had a way of dictating, a cruel promise that wouldn’t let go, … Continue reading

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Resonate Universe

Her hands pressed to the wall. Passion on her fingertips. Her lungs retreating. Her heart surging. Swirling ideas, in a colorful caress. Exploratory touch, creative hunger. Sight behind her eyes, forbidden thoughts, a resonate universe, beyond the walls. ©August 2017, … Continue reading

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2020 NaNo Log Wk 2 – Why You Should Stay the Course!

The infamous second week of NaNoWriMo is upon us, the week most notable for the number of people who drop out. In some ways, given the goals, the second week of NaNo might be the most important for any writer … Continue reading

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The Other Horizon

She’d made it. The dark tunnel was behind her, the other side before her where she could see the horizon, the sun. It meant, not that she’d arrived, but that she was growing, that there was far to go, much … Continue reading

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Change in the Wind

The warmth of sunrise came with the weather change, the storm’s demise blowing back her mane. Years struggling fell behind her, galloping in the drying rain, her mount’s gaze upon the future, no stride in vain. Her faith in humanity … Continue reading

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