Author: Sage Nenyue

Pakheme: When the Spirit Feels Itself

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Lifelands

I’m doing NaNoWriMo–but you knew that already. What you may not have known is that I’m kicking ass! But all this butt-kicking has my foot tired and I’m lagging behind, as writers are known to do. Writing gets slow after a while when you do it in a straightforward fashion, so I decided to break the mold a bit with one of my characters. You’ll know Pakheme from another short,  but this time we get to […]

NaNoWriMo Prep

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Fiction / Lifelands

So I’ve been preparing for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) as though it were Christmas. Why? Because I’ve decided that if I could bang a legitimate full first draft out of it, I will apply to MFA programs and polish it until it becomes the work I see inside of my head. I will have something to show the program. Of course, even if I fail to hit the 50,000 word mark by the end of November, I’ll […]

Paleo Plate: It’s A Non-Commital Thing

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I'M AN ADULT!!!

Not sure if I believe in all the Paleo diet stuff, but I am trying to eat less processed foods. So far it seems as though the Paleo “genre” has the simplest recipes. I guess that should be obvious, given its supposed to imitate “living off the land” as our ancestors (like, in the Walks With Mammoths age) probably didn’t have a Kroger nearby. Meats, fruits, nuts, veggies, tubers—all that pre-agriculture jazz. Also, apparently, pre-cow […]

Eartha Kitt on Life

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Carefree

The river is constantly turning and bending and you never know where it’s going to go and where you’ll wind up. Following the bend in the river and staying on your own path means that you are on the right track. Don’t let anyone deter you from that. Eartha Kitt