Monthly Archives: November 2013

NaNo Day thirty inspirations: A post card, and the end

One of my favorite postcards from the astonishing collection I have is this one, and I love both front and back. This photo of the front is blurry; my apologies for early morning before-work photos taken with my phone. I … Continue reading

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NaNo Day twenty nine inspiration: Thanksgiving and Pumpkins

Yesterday was Thanksgiving. I had planned to post one of Kate’s cards that day, this one sent to her by a friend or family member to celebrate the same day so many years ago. That did not happen, since we … Continue reading

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NaNo Day 25 inspiration: a celebration of books

You’ll remember my inspiration of earlier in the week. I was getting ready for the book fair, remember? It was a wonderful, exhausting, inspiring weekend. We were to have a local author come and talk about her work, and sign … Continue reading

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NaNo Day Twenty-two inspiration: Kids, books and generosity

I’ve been sharing what inspires me this month on the blog. I’m writing more on the historical novel I’m working on, inspired by NaNoWriMo  to commit to spending more time with the words. I’m focused on building the layers of … Continue reading

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NaNo Day Twenty-One inspiration: A Little Historical Research

I was happy to be invited on my weekend to join with CKI as their keynote speaker. In addition to its being a great opportunity to share my skills with students, getting there gave my husband the opportunity to visit … Continue reading

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