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Watching TV is Good for Your Writing

You probably think that when writers aren’t writing, we’re eating, sleeping or thinking about ¬†writing, or heck, even reading. But you know, we’re human. When our brains are done with output, we flip on the TV and veg just like … Continue reading

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On Final Approach

Writing is a journey. And like most good journeys, it’s about what happens along the way more than the destination. But I’m now on my final approach for Phoenix … Readers, thank you for flying with us on Air Phoenix. … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to My Work in Progress

Dear Pardon Falls, Hi! It’s me, Kim. Your creator. You do remember me, right? I’m sorry I haven’t been as attentive over these last few weeks. Trust me, while my waking thoughts were focused on this insane, but fantastic, work … Continue reading

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I Come From the Land Down Under

After 12 days in cool, rainy Australia, I’m back and semi-lucid. If you haven’t been, Australia is a beautiful country with some of the nicest people on the planet. Rather than eat kangaroo, I petted one (the softest fur ever … Continue reading

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We interrupt this regularly scheduled blog …

I admit, I love my day job. I love the bustle, I love how I get to work on some really cool projects with a great team. The one down side is when my anal-retentiveness flares up and I work … Continue reading

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