Mar 20, 2021
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Hello supporters! Want to know what it is you're supporting, specifically? This is the place for links to everything posted each 5-day "Writing Week." Since I have so much going on and it's all over the internet, I figure this will help! Thanks for everything you do, thanks for being you. Thanks for letting me be me. (Most current are at the top.)
WEEK OF APRIL 5 - APRIL 9
POSTED: In the “Homegrown Hanna” segment of my blog I posted a piece called 3 Things. It outlines the three main aspects of life that people who strive for balance are constantly juggling, the physical, the mental and the spiritual. Body. Mind. Spirit. It is meant as a reminder to not get in our own way.
WEEK OF MARCH 29 -APRIL 2
POSTED: Installment #2 at Writer’s Life- Walk-Ins; Soul Stealing as a Plot Device. This is at Hanna Maxwell in the Writer’s Life segment, weekly ideas, questions and suggestions for writers as well as a nod to the Twitter Writing Community.
POSTED: Installment #1 of the Weekly wEirD. The Worms; Connecting w/Everything. Don’t let the title scare you it’s more about connection than it is about worms. I was all over my WIP#1 today! Productive is a good look for me.
POSTED: In the “Homegrown Hanna” segment of my blog I posted a piece called Soul Kata; Practice Makes Perfect. It’s about exercising the soul via your practice the way a martial artist practices kata.
POSTED: Installment #3 at Writer’s Life- Everyone’s Story is Different. This piece is about the problem of assumption in writing and in life.
POSTED: Installment #4 at Writer’s Life. A 1-Time Cure for Writer’s Block. Maybe more than one time depending on the person. This piece, simply called, Writer’s Block; A One Time Cure is at the Hanna Blog.
WEEK OF MARCH 22- MARCH 26
POSTED: At Keep Your Feet on the Ground I posted, I Can Help With That. It’s about how I discovered ways in which I can help largely due to figuring out the ways in which I couldn’t.
POSTED: HERE at BMaC I posted a piece called Dance by the Light of the Moon. In the Category, Writers Life. It speaks to why I came back to blogging as well as a way to appreciate the little things, one moment at a time.
POSTED: At the Hanna Maxwell site a piece called, Is Foster Care Government Sanctioned Human Trafficking? I suppose the title speaks for itself. You’ll find it HERE in the “Hot-Headed Hanna” Section of the blog.
POSTED: Another piece in the category, Mystical Musings here at BMaC is about the importance of being heard and the pressure that can come with being heard as well as not being heard. It’s called, To Be Heard, a Note About Respect.
POSTED: Over at the Hanna Maxwell site in the “Homegrown Hanna” section you’ll find the end result of a binge-watch from early in the pandemic. It was Gordon Ramsey and Kitchen Nightmares. Of course I had to outline a way to shape up ones’ life the way Big ‘G’ does a restaurant. It’s called, The Gordon Ramsey Approach to Eating Out and Everything Else.
POSTED: At Hanna Maxwell there is the Weekly wEirD, this is installment #1, they’ll be posted every Wednesday (for a full weekly posting schedule, click HERE. It is subject to expansion.) This week it was The Worms. It’s about connection.
POSTED: A few book reviews over at Medium for anyone interested.
POSTED: At the Round Peg in a Square Village site, my analysis of a homeless village, I’ve added another Field Journal installment. It’s called, The Great Knife Debate and details an issue raised when I lived there regarding being armed at the Village.
WEEK OF MARCH 15-19
POSTED: @ the Round Peg Project. From the Field Notes I kept during my stay at a homeless village in Oregon, this piece is about The Tour I was given to show me around as a new potential villager. READ.
POSTED: @ the Round Peg Project. From the Field Journal I kept during my stay at a homeless village in Oregon, this piece is about spending Thanksgiving at the Goat Farm where my daughter and I worked while we were on the wait list for the Homeless Village. READ.
POSTED: @ the Round Peg Project. From the Field Journal I kept during my stay at a homeless village in Oregon, this piece is about The Cats who became out most loyal and trusted friends at the Village. READ.