Posts Tagged "Challenge"


Discussing writing with writers. That’s what we do. Morgan, Gaby, and I take on April with a little more ‘life’, and a little less literature. There has been so much going on, and we have been feeling a little overwhelmed… But doesn’t everyone? This week we take on the topic of book covers… What we love, and hate! Tell us what covers are your favorites, and I’ll be sharing my favorites on...

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Who doesn’t love a good love story? We ooooo when we hear about a boy liking a girl in middle school, we awww at the couple kissing on the jumbo-tron at a sporting event, and our stomachs flip when our leading characters finally get together in our favorite books (only to be torn apart by unforeseen circumstances in the next chapter). What’s not to love? I’ll admit it. I love writing about love, but it’s...

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Writing words is how I color my own life. Last week, a group of my friends went through a weekend of The Daring Way (by Brene Brown) together. I want to take the time to write a post each week in April to reminisce and remind myself of the lessons I learned. I hope that these exercises will challenge and grow you in your personal and writing lives. To start April off on a positive note, let’s talk about what kind of...

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This hangout with myself (Kallie Ross), Morgan Wylie, and Gaby Robbins, is one of our funniest! We discuss last week’s 15k-word-writing-goal… And, our crazy attempts at accomplishing it, along with living life and partaking of a few frivolous activities. It’s been a week full of snow days, work days, new reads, but few words. We explore ideas that may help us achieve future goals, and throw down a more feasible word...

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“You can be comfortable or courageous, but you cannot be both.” Okay folks, this is my monthly slap-palm-on-forehead post. I read these quotes on twitter and pinterest, and immediately felt a gut-wrenching blow to my self awareness. I’m comfortable, in so many ways… I’m sitting in my favorite overstuffed chair while typing this. I decided (a few weeks ago) that I’m over being comfortable, and...

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