Diamond: Another WIP

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Mysteries are generally one of two kinds. On one side of the mystery coin, I’ve read and very much enjoyed G. K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Knew Too Much, Father Brown, and The Club of Queer Trades all of which are short story collections. I’m also very familiar with Sherlock having watched several screen renditions. The unifying themes seem to be … Read More

The Best Docs

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“I can’t believe I forgot to save it again after writing another twenty thousand words!” “I have an old copy on that computer and three more on that computer. Which version is the one on my phone?” “Microsoft Word is too expensive. I guess I’ll have to be content with Notepad.” I have led a similar life. I’ve never used … Read More

Free eBook Tutorial!

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I have made a lot of these for my sisters… …so I decided to share how in a simple eBook tutorial! The result was The $5 Dollhouse. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, the materials involved in creating the above dollhouse cost as little as $5! Have you been wondering what to give a certain little girl for Christmas? Are you a hobbyist … Read More

A Favorite Pastime of Mine…

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…is listening to music. Have you read the Wingfeather Saga? Is that the only reason Andrew Peterson rings a bell? I own the series… …and the map of Aerwiar. Andrew Peterson is a storyteller, but his books aren’t the main reason I’m a fan. It’s his music. My family owns collectively 100+ of his songs, and I love nearly all … Read More

Post-NaNoWriMo Disorder

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Yes. I did NaNoWriMo this November for the first time. No. I actually didn’t die, and it was unexpectedly quite fun! If you haven’t heard of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) check it out. The goal is to write 50,000 words in November. I reached the objective eight days early with just a little work left till the completion of the story. … Read More

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