Category Archives: Write Time Blog

Writer’s blog: the joys and craziness of being a writer and why I wouldn’t do anything else.

Free Fun 50

Oceans, mountains, ancient ruins, crossing borders, guitar building, iconic farmers markets, rain forests, Olympic swim trials, jaw-dropping bookstores, and cities with big personalities. That was family vacations in the Gibson home as my children were growing up. We had to … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASES COMING IN SEPTEMBER

Gutsy Girls discover dinosaurs, study fossilized poop, and find human’s early ancestors. And who was the first programmer? Who created the first programming languages and compilers that made personal computers possible? Gutsy Girls, that’s who. On, and Gutsy Girls were … Continue reading

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The Year of the Woman

The past year has been exciting as more women have been discovering their power and their legacy. It brings to mind the old Helen Reddy women’s anthem of the 1970s: I am woman, hear me roar. The “roaring” should continue … Continue reading

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We All Need Heroes

As someone who has studied writing for a very long time, I am familiar with the Hero’s Journey. It was first described by mythologist Joseph Campbell as a common story pattern. From ancient myths to today’s blockbusters, people are drawn … Continue reading

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Women’s Rights Includes ALL Women

As everyone prepares for next year’s 100th anniversary of the women’s vote, we should recognize more than the leaders of the women’s suffrage movement. While it’s exciting to read about the women and events that took place, at some point … Continue reading

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