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The Zodiac Posts – ARIES [1] A is for Action – the Kara Jorgensen Interview

A is for Action At last, we get to Aries - the dynamic sign, I am told. This made me think of action as a genre, and action/dynamism in particular scenes. I really wanted to use my blog to showcase the work of other writers, and so I've got three more exciting interviews for you… Continue reading The Zodiac Posts – ARIES [1] A is for Action – the Kara Jorgensen Interview

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The Zodiac Posts – PISCES [2] Emotional Souls – the Maya Starling Interview

Emotional Souls - Spotlight on the Work of Maya Starling In my quest to find blog topic inspiration, I have looked to the signs of the zodiac and their reported personality traits to help me think of things to write about. Pisces are, apparently, emotional souls, and so that got me thinking about emotional issues… Continue reading The Zodiac Posts – PISCES [2] Emotional Souls – the Maya Starling Interview

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The Zodiac Posts – PISCES [1] Diversity in Fiction: Mental Health

Diversity in Fiction - Mental Health A while ago I started to do a themed series of blog posts, using the zodiac signs and their associated traits as the central inspiration for the blog post topic. I'm resuming this because it's a ready-made series of topics, and it's a bit of a challenge! I started… Continue reading The Zodiac Posts – PISCES [1] Diversity in Fiction: Mental Health

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The Zodiac Posts: AQUARIUS [1]: The Silkworm Review (Kinda)

The Water-Bearer and The Silkworm Theme #02 for this series of posts is Aquarius, so my challenge is to think of two topics that I can blog about taking "Aquarius" as my theme. Capricorn is, I'm told, an Earth Sign, and apparently Capricorns tend to be family-centric individuals, so I took that as an idea… Continue reading The Zodiac Posts: AQUARIUS [1]: The Silkworm Review (Kinda)

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The Zodiac Posts: CAPRICORN [2] Ageism in Fiction

#WeNeedDiverseBooks b/c I rarely saw my older family in KidLit & then often as figures of fun... Originally posted on blogspot 2014; edited 2018 rather than completely rewritten or reblogged. So, here's another blog post inspired by the "maturity" aspect of life and literature, represented by Capricorn... because I'm doing the challenge of doing twelve… Continue reading The Zodiac Posts: CAPRICORN [2] Ageism in Fiction