Monthly Archives: September 2014

Without Clothes, You’re Boring

currently playing on my iPod: Summerhead by the Cocteau Twins Picture Lucrezia Borgia in The Borgias. The hair? Check. The sly smile? Yep. And that dress? Definitely.   Characters’ clothing tell viewers/readers much about setting, personality, and conflict within a … Continue reading

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Art is in the Knockers

currently playing on my iPod: Can’t Take It In by Imogen Heap Got your attention with that title, didn’t I? Last week I traipsed about Italy and France with my dear husband. The art was overwhelming. As it always is. … Continue reading

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Writing a Main Character Who Is Just SO BAD

currently playing on my iPod: I See the Light by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi  I don’t have buckets of time today. Very soon, I’m once again off to lands far beyond the sea and am wondering where I can … Continue reading

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