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New me, new look!

Posted by Sherry Penoyer Reynolds on November 15, 2012 at 11:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Nothing happening around here for ages, so....

Time to change it up. As you can see there's a new look - those circles were starting to make me feel claustrophobic and as this is my homepage I took it upon myself to choose something I like. If Stephanie or Emily want something different please post here :)

I haven't written a word of fiction in a while but I'm looking to change that in the very near future. I've got a play that I began writing some time ago and it's calling me bac...

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Back to Work

Posted by Emily Reynolds on July 5, 2011 at 3:54 PM Comments comments (1)

Greetings, one and everyone!

Well, I'm back from my vacation, and as I thought, other things took center stage, and I only got a few pages written. However, I did make progress in other arenas... they just have nothing to do with my book.

One dream for another, ay? At least I'm moving forward. :D

Vacation

Posted by Emily Reynolds on June 22, 2011 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello again to whoever is still out there reading this! It's been a while, but the time has come once more to pick up the pen and let our brains/hearts/souls leak onto the page--or in this case, the computer screen.

 

In the midst of personal upheaval, I've pushed my book to the back of my mind, having neither the time nor the energy to pursue it. However! With twelve solid days of vacation finally upon me (as of 4:30 pm today), I intend to make use of this ...

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Exciting New Story Niche

Posted by Ayna Ravan on September 20, 2010 at 2:24 PM Comments comments (0)

I've been developing a children's story, Missy Bumbleberry and the Good Day and had this wonderful new idea. Turns out I'm not the only one to have thought of it, as is so often the case. There is now a whole new area of publishing called intermedia. It's fascinating and I've been doing a bit of research on it. An example of intermedia is the most recent publishing project of Starz's production of The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet. Read about it at 

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Real Life Calling

Posted by Emily Reynolds on July 20, 2010 at 11:38 PM Comments comments (0)

Greetigs Esteemed Readers!

 

Forgive our lack of new material, but as I'm sure my fellow Scribblers will agree, Real Life has been taking center stage lately. Ideas are kicking around in our brains, though, making a clankety-clank sound that is hard to ignore. I've had one in particular that came to me a few months ago that now seems to nag at me like a child pulling its mother's skirt. And at the fork in the road I've recently found myself, it seems prudent to pur...

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Jeopardy Magazine Released!

Posted by Emily Reynolds on May 28, 2010 at 11:11 PM Comments comments (1)

Greetings Esteemed Readers and Writers:

 

Forgive my lack of attention to this little site of ours, but real life has been demanding most of it lately. I've missed the weekly inspiration of the Scribblers' meetings, since I now live in Bellevue and work during the weekdays. It's great that we finally have our own domain, though, so I'd like to congratulate the other Scribblers and express my gratitude for all their hard work. I am very excited to have this out...

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It's official

Posted by Ayna Ravan on May 24, 2010 at 2:18 AM Comments comments (0)

5/23/2010

Yes, we have our own domain and it feels good.  I'm now using my pen name, which also feels good, and I'm working diligently on the novel I've spent 7 years researching.  The first chapter of the rough is done and I'm well into the next.  This one is going to be long, it's rather epic in scope.  I'd like to tell you a bit about it sometime soon but for right now I'll share that it is set in 6 BCE in and around El-Salem, Heliopolis, and even includes a ...

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What's in a Name?

Posted by Ayna Ravan on May 10, 2010 at 8:18 PM Comments comments (0)

It's been awhile since I've checked in with any of you and it's time I got back into the swing of things!  I had a bad bout with pneumonia a couple of months ago and any signs of routine were blown right out of the water.  Yes, I did finish the one short story, Stashed, but there have been no more openings and very little happening on this site.  It's time to start over and get the ball rolling once again.


There have been a few changes since the last check-in....

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Where do they come from?

Posted by Ayna Ravan on March 11, 2010 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (0)

If it’s Tuesday it must be my turn to blog.  But what shall I blog about?  I haven’t a clue, but I don’t want to waste your time, dear reader…. But, wait!  What’s that on the horizon?  Could it be… yes, it is! An IDEA, the best topic I could have asked for, rising like the sun, or is that a lightbulb,  I think it is, for that’s my topic for the week. Ideas, where do they come from, how do you catch them, what makes a good one?...

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In the Beginning

Posted by Stephanie Rose on March 8, 2010 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (0)

After spending an hour last night staring at a word document, I decided I'd address something every person struggles with at some time or another. I am no expert, but it's easy to play Monday morning quarterback. So I thought I'd work through my own struggles by talking about things that get writers through their own, hopefully helping other people along the way. Be it a novelist or a student with a term paper, it tends to hit us at the most unexpected times, and it hits hard.

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