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One Month Update

It’s been 5 weeks since I officially started my new job as a full-time writer. What have I learned since then? (1) Distractions are everywhere. Here’s one. I went for a morning run/walk, and found these on the ground underneath … Continue reading

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My new job

Today was the first day of my new job as a full-time writer.  The long-term benefits aren’t as good as with my old job as a pharmaceutical industry chemist.  But you can’t beat the commute (up a flight of stairs … Continue reading

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The slippery slope

Now that Donald has moved in upstairs and lets me drive his car whenever I want to, I feel like I’m becoming one of those dreaded suburbanites who drives everywhere! I’m already doing all my grocery shopping by car, so … Continue reading

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Why did I just waste my time on that?

I have a hotmail address that I got when I still lived in Vancouver, so when I sign out, it drops me off at msn.ca. Once I get there, they always have links that I can click on and waste … Continue reading

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Curse you, Robert Jordan!

(and your evil sidekick Brandon Sanderson) No time for blogging today; I spent too much time reading the latest installment in The Wheel of Time.

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Real life is harder than Clarion West

Two summers ago, I was fortunate enough to attend the Clarion West Writers Workshop in Seattle. This is a 6-week program where 18 science fiction and fantasy writers, usually pretty early in their careers, live together in a sorority house … Continue reading

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