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Book Review: “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls” by David Sedaris

A few weeks ago, I was in one of my reading moods and stopped by our local bookstore to browse the current selection. I picked up a couple of books, including Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris (and just for $1.50!). I am a Sedaris fan and have read some of his other… Continue reading Book Review: “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls” by David Sedaris

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Book Review: “The Quilter’s Homecoming” by Jennifer Chiaverini

Some days, I gravitate to books that are quick, cozy reads for a particularly low-key weekend. This past week, I was in just that kind of mood and picked up a copy of The Quilter's Homecoming in a local used bookstore. We recently had a bout of cold, rainy weather, and the idea of reading… Continue reading Book Review: “The Quilter’s Homecoming” by Jennifer Chiaverini

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Book Review: “Translator, Trader” by Douglas Hofstadter

Photo by João Silas on Unsplash I've just finished reading Translator, Trader: An Essay on the Pleasantly Pervasive Paradoxes of Translation by Douglas Hofstadter and am still trying to digest the big translation questions that the author raises in it. As you might discern from the title, this essay - which reaches 100 pages - is a playful description of a… Continue reading Book Review: “Translator, Trader” by Douglas Hofstadter

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Short Story Review: “The Red Room” by H.G. Wells

Isn't the book jacket just awesome? The hardcover underneath has planets etched into the spine and front cover Last night, I opened my copy of The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, also Selected Short Stories, a collection of works by H.G. Wells. I bought this delightfully vintage, 1963 edition hardback copy from a… Continue reading Short Story Review: “The Red Room” by H.G. Wells

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Book Review: The Haunting of Hill House

Photo by Edan Cohen on Unsplash *The review below may contain spoilers* I, like many others I know, have found myself hooked on the recently released Netflix show "The Haunting of Hill House." As I am fascinated with all things paranormal, it was the down the rabbit hole I went after watching only one episode. I ended up… Continue reading Book Review: The Haunting of Hill House

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My Experience Sending Submissions through Submittable

Since 2014, I have been using Submittable to help manage my writing submissions. It has been an invaluable tool in the submission process, allowing me to easily keep track of which pieces I have sent, where they were sent, and whether they have been accepted or declined by a publication. As a writer, Submittable has streamlined… Continue reading My Experience Sending Submissions through Submittable