Sunk Cost Fallacy as a Writing Motivator

On Monday, I did something incredibly stupid. I accidentally spent nine hours of my life waiting in line to purchase three signs from a discount goods store that will be shutting down in 2016. Admittedly, this store – Honest Ed’s – has a lot of nostalgia for me, and I did want a souvineer sign, but not enough to have spent nine hours acquiring one. How that happened is something…

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General catch-up

As it’s been…. hrm, about a year and a half since I last updated this blog, a general catch-up post is probably in order. Also, I can’t believe it’s been that long. Time flies when you’re trying not to Internet! 1. Life: Overall, going very well. My marriage to Jim remains rock-solid and getting better all the time, which is both a miracle and a heck of a lot of…

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Jim Zub on writing

My husband & co-conspirator, Jim Zub, has been blogging about his writing process over the last couple of days. Considering that Jim manages to be a prolific writer on top of juggling a hectic work schedule, he’s got some good ideas on how to get writing done when you’re fitting it in to tiny slices around the rest of your life: I’m a story planning junkie. I know there are…

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