Creating traditions to remember

Creating traditions to remember

Do you have any holiday traditions that you loved when you were younger? For me, I loved waking up bright and early on Christmas morning. Yeah, I’m one of those. I loved tiptoeing down the hallway (on the edges of the rust-colored carpeting, so the floor wouldn’t creak and give me away), and seeing the

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We have so many things to be thankful for in 2016. This is our list. What’s yours?

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5 Autumn Staples for the Weary Writer

5 Autumn Staples for the Weary Writer

It’s that time of year again, the season of colorful leaves and walks in crisp fall air and bleary-eyed writers stabbing wearily at keyboards in a mad attempt to pound out a novel in a month. The struggle is real, my friends. The struggle is real. If you’re the unfortunate friend or family member of

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Living with Intentional Thanksgiving

Living with Intentional Thanksgiving

I want to focus on gratefulness today.  I need to. Not just because it’s traditional to drown November in memes and quotes about thankfulness. But because the current state of the world makes me want to bury my head back into my pillow and hide under my cozy covers forever. My social media has worn

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Treasure Inside Part 2

Treasure Inside Part 2

The Story Continues From Last Time …  Rain turned on her heel and stalked down to the bottom of the ramp. She seized the girl’s elbow and hauled her to her feet in spite of her protests. “You’re coming with us,” Rain said. “To Orbona City?” the girl exclaimed, black eyes shining. “Hell, no.” Rain

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When Crying’s A Good Thing

When Crying’s A Good Thing

A fellow writer recently asked a group of us (also writers), “When you read a book or watch a movie, what moments in those works make you Ugly Cry?” We’re not talking a solitary tear rolling down your cheek. Oh, no. We’re looking for what makes you bawl like a toddler who’s just been informed

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The Cookie of Fortune

The Cookie of Fortune

The salty odor of frying noodles added depth to the tang of chargrilled pork and hoisin sauce. Sweet enough to cling to the back of Jim’s throat and just earthy enough to make his stomach rumble in anticipation. Gaijin had the best Asian cuisine in San Francisco. No contest. Jim’s stomach gnawed on his spine

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