Category Archives: Writing

A Bold Plan! (or Am I Biting Off More Than I Can Chew?)

It seems that in the last several years, the concept of creative types setting a time-limited challenge for themselves to get some work done has become more and more popular.  For writers, the 3-Day Novel Contest and NaNoWriMo come immediately … Continue reading

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“Artists’ Copyright”, or “How I Learned My Lesson”

A few years ago, when I was still painting just for fun, had just discovered soft pastels, and was not yet thinking of selling my work, I had a brutal awakening regarding artists’ copyrights.  It’s a story about a bully, … Continue reading

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ARTIST RECHARGE STATION (we are not Synths-or are we?)

Here’s a different kind of post.   I could post a WIP but this one isn’t about one of my paintings, for a change. I’ve been following, and enjoying, the new BBC TV show (now airing on AMC) “HUMANS” (sorry, … Continue reading

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