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Explore Story I'Ve, Early 2016 and more!

Decided to compile some redesigned book covers I did over the past few years. I’ve been so busy lately that I forgot how much I enjoy doing these things. I hope I can take a break from everything for a while and get back on designing things just for the enjoyment of it!

How to Write a Story a Week: A Day-by-Day Guide

If you want to get more writing done set a schedule and stick to it. Click for tips on how to write a story a week. Novelists simply insert "chapter" for story. #writingtips

Free Printables for Writing Your Next Novel

Are you interested in writing a novel but you don’t want to start? Do you learn by doing? Do you want easy-to-use worksheets to help novel writing made sense? I’ve pulled together a ton of FREE printables for you.

Truly valuable chart…

I want this in poster form. This would also be great for clients who have difficulty expressing what exactly they feel.

“Of everything I have seen, it’s you I want to go on seeing: of everything I’ve touched, it’s your flesh I want to go on touching. I love your orange laughter. I am moved by the sight of you sleeping.” Pablo Neruda

5 Things the Dying Want Us to Know

Veteran journalist and author of Opening Heaven's Door: Investigating Stories of Life, Death, and What Comes After explains what she discovered after researching how people cross over. THIS IS A VERY LONG ARTICLE if you care to read it and you don't have to buy it just touch picture again and you've got it !

Once you where a little girl with BIG dreams. Think about those dreams, bring them back and start making changes to make them come true... Little steps at first!!! www.facebook.com/Newlifeforus

"I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity." — Gilda Radner