Let’s Go Back To The Hunger Games

Katniss is an incredible protagonist. She’s humble, she’s sincere, she’s strong, she’s compassionate, she’s smart. She’s everything I’d like my daughter to look up to and learn from. I know Katniss is fictional and the product of an author’s imagination, but she’s essentially a composite of so many things a woman can be. A guiding light who can inspire girls to take charge of themselves and grab hold of life to achieve anything they want.

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Update from a Missing Person

Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been quiet on the blog front recently – but if I’m realistic, most of you won’t have noticed as there are a billion other posts to keep you busy. I’ve been a bit time poor and this year’s reading has been a challenge. I’ve found it hard […]

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J.K. Likes Me

So … this is a really self-indulgent spur-of-the-moment post that’s short on content but big on content at the same time. As with most people in the bookish world, I’m a huge J.K. Rowling fan and she has been the single biggest inspiration and role model as a writer. I have a little story to […]

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Proof of Light in the Subway

Today was a day that I’ve been working towards for the past two and a half years. Subway Palliatopia has been such a long project and there were many times that I wondered if it would ever see the light of day. But, as I’ve said many times … success is born from perseverance. Finally, […]

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