Tag Archives: Dogs

WRITING – FROM SOUR TO SWEET

Yes, yes, I know. It’s been way too long since my last blog. I’d kind of soured on writing. I’ve been dealing first of all with my oldest dog’s kidney failure. She has less than 10% of her kidney function … Continue reading

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Basing a Character’s Emotion on Personal Experience

#SFWApro Last week I talked about using one’s own fears to craft scenes in which a character experiences great fear and either has to overcome it or succumb to it and fail to attain a goal as a result. I’d … Continue reading

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Juliet vs. shrubbery

Anybody know how to keep a dog from digging up plants? Juliet, my pit bull mix,  is the sweetest-natured, most loving dog anyone could want, but she has a couple of very bad habits. One is that she loves to … Continue reading

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