Author Archives: jmlibby

Woo, Novembrrrrrr!

Happy 1st Day of Novembrrrr and #NaNoWriMo! If you look to the right, you’ll see I’ve met and passed the standard 1,667 word count for today. That’s no coincidence. Today is also November WriDay over at #WriYe and I signed … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo is on the Horizon

NaNoWriMo. The name can strike fear into the most dedicated of writers. A 30 day, 50,000 word marathon. Not for the faint hearted. We’re 2 weeks away from this epic journey and, like many out there, I’m not even close … Continue reading

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A Good Time for Planners

Happy day, folks! It’s that time of year… If you’ve hung out here for any length of time, chances are you’ve run across one of my planner posts. They’re the best – the planners. The last time I gushed about … Continue reading

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How to Pagan When You Can’t Pagan

Not long ago I wrote about the lack of pagan resources in the area. The one group I found (and joined, incidentally) meets for food twice a month and observes the sabbats. Meet-up and Facebook pages. It’s all well and … Continue reading

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Later, September! Hello, October!

I did a lot of baking last month. You know how people have a recipe box or book? Well, I have the cabinet door. It’s easier this way. I just sent in my Q3 verification doc for WriYe – a … Continue reading

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Update on the Writing Game

I haven’t written anything new since mid-August. Been busy, had a lot going on. So, instead of writing I’ve been reading through what I wrote (again). Revisited stories I started, ideas for stories that need fleshing out. All counted, I … Continue reading

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The Diabetic Legacy

I come from a long line of diabetics on the maternal side of the family tree: mother, grandfather, several great aunts and uncles. It was a contributing factor in their deaths. In my mother’s case, it was the official cause … Continue reading

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