Unmemorizing Myself

a creativity workbook

Note — there is a formatting issue with this post. WordPress is helping me to fix it. If we can’t get things straightened out by Monday morning, I’ll re-do the post so it looks right and the links work.   Until I saw SPC Scott Hagan’s photos posted this morning in our Pensacola online newspaper, NorthEscambia.com, …

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There’s a nifty site I recently added to my Twitter feed that feeds creativity. It’s @mymodernmet. They have a store attached to their website, with links to cool things like tattoo socks with gorgeous birds and all sorts of other clever, often beautiful, creations. A day or two ago I saw a link to a …

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When passions are inflamed, fairness is most in jeopardy. Senator Susan Collins     Below are my cognitive daybook scribbles after watching, reading, and listening to many players on all sides; from a metaphorical Space Station view of earth to the nose-to-nose so close I could count pores on the participants’ noses.  A truly remarkable …

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I’m creating journal pages for each of the main characters of The Mapmaker, my novel-in-progress. This one is Claire’s. She is Grace’s (my protagonist’s) mother. Claire is pondering a tough decision. These pages help me process what my characters are feeling. I’ve been collecting snippets for several months. This is the first character page. Claire …

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