Category Archives: Anthropology

Setting Writing Goals: April 2017

  How’s it going, writers? Did you write in April? I hope you did. I hope words flowed from your fingers and characters and worlds came to life through you. This month, I focused on writing articles, business copy, and … Continue reading

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Review of Haley Elizabeth Garwood’s The Ashes of Britannia

I appreciate different viewpoints in literature, and Haley Elizabeth Garwood’s Ashes of Britannia is an interesting example of how two voices can weave together in a book to tell two sides of the same story. I call this a duet … Continue reading

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Last Call to Sign up for Anthropology, Archaeology, and Romance Workshop!

Join me in a fun writing adventure!   Dear Writer, Are you writing characters you love that grow and have fascinating lives? Are your worlds unique? Do you want to write an anthropologist more fascinating than Nora Robert’s Callie Dunbright … Continue reading

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Writing

Hey, writers. I’m guest-posting about anthropology and research at AR DeClerck’s blog, Amy Reads and Writes. Come check it out: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Writing. Write on, Darlene  

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