Monthly Archives: May 2013

Dazed and confused

I’ve spent the last three or four weeks in a state of complete confusion – no, not because I’ve been ill or partying or any of the other things that generally lead to this state, but because I’ve been so … Continue reading

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The Rejections We Wish We Had Received

Getting rejected is a big part of being a writer. If you’re serious about a career in writing, you send your work out. If you send your work out, you’re going to get rejected. The thing is, no matter how … Continue reading

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Talking to Pigeons

I don’t know about you, but I talk to myself. And not under my breath either. I talk right out loud – at home, at the office, on the street. It’s as if I’m narrating the most boring details of … Continue reading

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A Morning List

It’s not a long walk to work in the morning, but it chock-a-block full of color and light and gardens. This wouldn’t be a surprise if I lived in the suburbs, but I live right in the middle of the … Continue reading

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Small Habits

There are all kinds of articles and studies and blogs about small habits. I have a file folder full of them and they all say basically the same thing. Start small. Start tiny. Start even smaller than tiny. There are … Continue reading

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What not to wear in downtown Vancouver

Good looking guys in good looking suits with the pants ending somewhere around their ankles. Often, to make matters worse, their socks end right around the middle of their ankle bone, leaving bare skin exposed. Yuck. Yoga gear – Vancouver … Continue reading

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Anna Leigh Keaton and Madison Layle: Falke’s Renegade

I don’t often do reviews, and it’s seldom that I run across two books in a week that I want to write about, obviously, this week is an exception. Falke’s Renegade is the third book in Layle and Keaton’s Puma … Continue reading

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Beginnings

I’m a walker. My life is set up so that I only have to get into a car once a month for a meeting that I can’t walk to. Okay, I guess I could if I wanted to take two … Continue reading

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