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November Collection

I can't believe it's been a whole month since I posted anything. I threw in the towel on NaNoWriMo again. I've been sick for a week and it sort of took the wind out of my sails. I'm about 10,000 words into a new thing, my first attempt at a YA novel. But fear not,… Continue reading November Collection

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autumn, Oregon, photography, writing

I Will Never Get Tired of Autumn

Small selection of photos from different days. The close-up of the red leaves, and the geese against the dark clouds were taken yesterday. The powerlines in fog is from this morning. The bottom two are from October.  

autumn, fall, photography, self-publishing, writing

Edits and Evil Programs

Not much going on, either with pics or the book. I'm still immersed in final edits, and having fits with Word. It seems every time I close and reopen the file it runs words together, removing the spaces between them. I found three crunched together last night and Word didn't even pick it up as… Continue reading Edits and Evil Programs

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A Little Sunshine

"There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October." -  Nathaniel Hawthorne Only posting today because I've been home sick. Finally felt well enough to wander outside and get a few photos of these gorgeous leaves when the… Continue reading A Little Sunshine

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October’s Turn

"There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October." -  Nathaniel Hawthorne October is the golden month, with the trees changing but the days are (generally) still sunny and dry, and warm, even though the nights are starting… Continue reading October’s Turn