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Covenant Motherhood

March 12, 2013

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Last week I did an interview with author Stephanie Dibb Sorensen, whose debut work Covenant Motherhood began appearing in stores and on Amazon this week. Join us for the kind of interview writers have with one another. RI: We are a writers’ workshop that just happens to publish our work and conversations with one another to the world. […]

Why We Sometimes Shouldn’t Write

March 2, 2013

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I have a long history of offending people with my writing. I’ve often wondered about this, because I don’t necessarily have a long history of offending people in person. Still, I’m not terribly articulate in person, so I find myself preferring to interact in some situations through writing — a way of ensuring that my halting […]

A Comfortable Dead Watch

October 11, 2012

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My eyes darted across my dresser one last time as I rubbed frantically at my left wrist. Where was it?! I could not leave without it, but the clock on the wall was fairly shouting that I was going to break my word if I did not go right then. I would have to choose […]

A request of my readers

September 20, 2011

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My friends, I am taking a temporary hiatus from my development project to let it perk for a bit, and am looking at a position as a book editor. I would like to submit 3 or 4 of my blogs as a casual writing sample. I know – who wants to sit down for half […]

Extremity

August 16, 2010

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I love to read, and to write, and best to talk about what I read when I write. Sometimes I write chapters of books. I have five books going right now; I don’t care if I finish them. There’s something magical about forming a thought and building it and garnishing it and painting it, with […]

Written on the Inside

May 12, 2010

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