Archive for the ‘ research ’ Category

Building a History

9th November 2011 | 4 Comments

I am a girl that pays attention. Okay, I’m a girl that pays attention to the things that matter to me and since lots of things matter to me I end up paying a lot of attention to a lot of things. Most of the time I call it research. I truly believe all knowledge [...]


Bald Honesty is for Mondays

13th June 2011 | 0 Comments

Here is my Hands on Keyboard Post >.> 6538 words this week. It probably would be over that nice 7000 I’m shooting for, if I had counted last Tuesday’s words. But since I interloped Tuesday, they were accounted for previously. Regardless, I’m very pleased with this number. After thinking long and hard about it, I’m [...]


Life as Research

9th June 2011 | 6 Comments

You hear a lot that good and successful writers write. I wholeheartedly believe this. You can’t be considered anything if you’re not doing it. I mean, obviously runners run [1], singers sing, ergo writers write. But I really feel that writers also have to participate in life. They can’t just be writers, they need to [...]


Placeholding Monday

25th April 2011 | 2 Comments

(My normally scheduled HoK post!) This weeks progress can’t be measured in words. Instead of writing, (I cringed as I wrote that), I worked on my¬†website. I’m not entirely sure what my vision for it is, but this week I came just a bit closer. I now have pages with little blurbs about most of [...]


Interloping Friday

22nd April 2011 | 0 Comments

(My Post for Hands on Keyboard–I think it went much better than the one I lost!) Monday did not go well for me. I wrote quite a lovely post only to lose it three times. So, I’m going to attempt to recreate its loveliness today. Last week was a wildly successful week for me. I [...]