Tag Archive: Writer

Aug 22 2016

5 Steps to Short-Circuit Stress

Comfy chair, book, and coffee mug

I had to write a paper for my Psychology class on how I used the ‘5 steps to short-circuit stress’, in my life. In other words, how to turn a negative situation into a position one. The grade I received for this paper was – Wonderful. (I assume that is an A.) Maybe these steps …

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Jul 02 2016

NPR Talk Radio – Review

Teen Prostitution

In 2011, I chose for my Psychology assignment a review of the NPR Talk Radio article, “Trafficked Teen Girls Describe Life In ‘The Game’,” because the subject matter had a lot to do with my first book, Branded, by D. Perdue Henderson. I had been doing research on this subject and was horrified to find that …

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Oct 04 2014

Dividing a Book

Writing Picture

As a writer, there are many liberties I can take when writing a novel series. I can make the character purple, from outer space, and like peanut butter, or be pregnant with a ground hog. Another liberty is the decision to break up or increase the storyline, which I have done. I decided to take …

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Oct 20 2013

Fall – A New World

When you think of the fall season, do you think of Halloween and Thanksgiving instead? Do they blend together as if one season? This is due to the Celtic stories of old. Stories that made such a lasting impression; we now consider them part of our society. So, what does fall mean to you? To me, …

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Apr 06 2011

Writer’s Lament

Cat has become a huge part of my world these last 5 months. So much so, that I feel her absence now that the book Branded is published. I guess this is what they call Writer’s Lament or Writer’s Remorse. Now that the writing is done, there is a big emptiness in my heart that …

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