Archive for June 25, 2013



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Kristen Lamb's Blog

Lately, Brave New World has become one of the hottest selling novels, and many of us have become even more suspicious of that white panel van that passes our homes daily. Sure it has ice-cream and plays tinkly music, but that cover is so thin Stevie Wonder could see right through it.

After the whole Edward Snowden whistle-blowing debacle, the Obama Administration and the Intelligence community have been up to their ears in hot water and bad press. Spying on regular citizens with no cause or warrant? Invading privacy and throwing the 4th Amendment out the window? Reading our e-mails? Monitoring our Internet? Those activities are just the sort that create an image problem.

Thus, sources tell me (sources being the voices in my head) that, in order to get back in the good graces of the American public, the current administration has decided to appoint Santa to head…

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What a great article on what many of us have been through all our lives. I love this blog! Go check it out!


Dar49 Daily. A very ‘sciencie’ version. Still some fun things were collected by the newsbots. It took me longer to publish today because I found myself actually fully reading some of the articles! 🙂


This has me rethinking about my pain and all the classes I have taken such as Reiki 1 and 2 and hypnotherapy and meditation. I must not be approaching my own problems correctly or I would not be in this pain so much of my life. I need to learn what to do before I disappear from this realm. Maybe there are some answers here?

Posts of Hypnotic Suggestion

Here’s a thing. Whilst I’ve been attending to things other than blogging, for a variety of good and not-so good reasons, I’ve discovered something interesting. When I have a task that I don’t want to do, my unconscious mind does everything in its power to make it a difficult as possible to do undertake the task. Now, I used to think of this as procrastination, I’ve procrastinated all my life, putting things off until the last possible moment and then working away like someone who’s working hard to win the hard working competition by working harder than a hard worker would normal work when working hard. And so on. But perhaps there’s more to it than that.

You see, I’m just that little bit more self-aware than I used to be and I reckon that I actually run two types of procrastinatory algorithms in my library of mental sub-routines. You…

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I must start using some of these suggestions! Thank you, E.J. Runyon for this lesson.

E.J. Runyon's Author Blog

Telling sentences begin like this:  I stand…  Sara looks around…  He waits with a…   We wish …   I sit here…Bob looks to the …

These are forms of you the writer telling the reader about the character. We can hear you saying these words. Your voice is at the forefront.

That may be fine for one line of narration. But to slip into scenes that show you  have to make a shift in your writing.  A writer’s voice needs to fade into the background. She needs to narrate her story from there.

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