Category Archives: multi-tasking

Where I Write

So, if you’ve been following along you already know I live in a whirlwind of small children, husband, dog, graduate school, tiny house,¬†and soon to be jobs, plural. I’m not very good at keeping it all straight. I’m not very … Continue reading

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Fasting from the Internet

Hello, all. Just wanted to let y’all know that I’m taking a brief Internet fast until Tuesday, November 12th. This means that I won’t be posting here, at my blog, over on my author Facebook page, from my Twitter account … Continue reading

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Show & Tell Friday: the Feels Like Fall Edition

It was 57 degrees is my mountains this morning. (Yes, I like to think they’re mine.) The whole family put on sweaters, even if only for a little while. There is a distinct chill in the air that whispers of … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle Again

So, long-time readers of my blog, The Writing Scott, know that I really dig this title. I’ve used it before. But I can’t help it; it’s such a great song sung by the wonderful Gene Autry. Back in the saddle … Continue reading

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The Flurry of Fall

Though Friday is officially this year’s first day of Fall, here in the mountains of Western North Carolina it’s arrived early: bringing with it cooler temperatures, chilly rain, tulip poplars already yellowing, and, in our family, the annual advance into … Continue reading

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