Monthly Archives: December 2010

links and digital book world

I love bloggers who aggregate links. It’s so helpful and engaging and overwhelming. A hot bundle of links can inspire me to read, explore and think – or glaze over, feel inadequate and move my finger toward the delete button. … Continue reading

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a child’s christmas in wales

Is there anything lovelier than discovering a great work of art all on your own? Out in the world, knowing what you like, you come across a thing and immediately know – this is good. This is for me. I … Continue reading

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long night

Greetings from the short side of daylight. I did not see the eclipse (372 years since the last full eclipse on the Solstice!), but the moon was lucent and clear in this morning’s sky before retreating into the cloud cover. … Continue reading

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Maira and Lemony sitting in a tree

I was in Elliott Bay Books on Sunday and there it was: a bright yellow cover with a blue bird, and the title, 13 Words. Right on top: Lemony Snicket. Below the title: Maira Kalman. I knew I would buy … Continue reading

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plot whisperer

I’ve been checking in to Martha Alderson, the Plot Whisperer’s blog this week as I push parts of my NaNoNovel around on my plate like so many cold peas. Martha is a writer and teacher who is all about plot … Continue reading

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Nano I have known you

Well, I guess I am living proof that NaNoWriMo can wear a person out. I vowed to write some blogposts prior to November and schedule posts throughout the month. Then, when this didn’t happen, I vowed to write a post … Continue reading

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