Catching Fireflies

finding magic along the way

Monthly Archives: October, 2016

Monday Morning Pick-Me-Up

Let’s face it. Mondays are rough. The end of the freedom that came with the weekend, the start of a long week, the return to work. To help ease you into your week, I would like to share a little something that made me smile.  

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Taking the Plunge

For those of you who are still sitting on the high dive and thinking you might jump off and try NaNoWriMo this year…   Rules for the Game CHERYL FASSETT ♦ OCTOBER 12, 2012 ♦ 5 COMMENTS In my blog reading and face booking surfing, I have noticed a lot of folks out there who are …

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Monday Morning Pick-Me-Up

Let’s face it. Mondays are rough. The end of the freedom that came with the weekend, the start of a long week, the return to work. To help ease you into your week, I would like to share a little something that made me smile.

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Revisiting Imperfection

As November peeks around the corner, I always find myself thinking about NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month. In honor of that and my continued quest for imperfection, let’s have a flash back to April 2012…. “Embrace exuberant imperfection”  (Chris  Baty, No Plot, No Problem) For years, I have been intrigued by the Zen concept of …

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Monday Morning Pick-Me-Up

Let’s face it. Mondays are rough. The end of the freedom that came with the weekend, the start of a long week, the return to work. To help ease you into your week, I would like to share a little something that made me smile.

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Advice from the Pros

Have you ever noticed that people are always willing to tell you how to do something? This is especially true for writers. Everyone has an opinion. Show don’t tell. Write what you know. I am sure you have all heard it before. With NaNoWriMo on the horizon, many people are thinking of attempting to write …

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Monday Morning Pick-Me-Up

Let’s face it. Mondays are rough. The end of the freedom that came with the weekend, the start of a long week, the return to work. To help ease you into your week, I would like to share a little something that made me smile.

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The Tingle of Magic

Two months ago, I pulled out the manuscript for Book #2. I hadn’t looked at it in over five years. It was time to dust it off and start with the revisions. I like to think that if I let my stories languish on a shelf or thumb drive, marinating for a number of years, they …

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