Monthly Archives: February 2012

Who Do You Write Like?

I ran across a tweet today where a tweep shared a link to a site that analyzes your writing style and compares it to the works of famous authors. She said, “I know they’re crazy because they say I write … Continue reading

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What Does a Writer Do?

Michelle Griep, my friend and fellow-author, Viking aficionado (should that be aficianoda?), and creator of the time travel stories Gallimore and Undercurrent, shared this little graphic with some of us yesterday. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then … Continue reading

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Play it Again, Tracy

High School teacher Tracy Krauss is also an author, artist, playwright and director. She and her husband reside in Tumbler Ridge, BC where she continues to pursue all of her creative interests. Her first two books, And the Beat Goes … Continue reading

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Beauty is subjective, certainly. But no matter how we define it, there’s a lot of junk out there that’s un-lovely by any account. That’s why, as both a writer and a reader, I strive for something a little above the … Continue reading

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