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Reckless Freedom

“…Inspiration does not come like a bolt, nor is it kinetic, energetic striving, but it comes into us slowly and quietly and all the time, though we must regularly and every day give it a little chance to start flowing, … Continue reading

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“Always Remember”

Please help KWD grow by sharing: https://karinwritesdangerously.wordpress.com/ “Promise me you’ll always remember you are braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. ”   Christoper Robin to Winne-the-Pooh For some reason this wonderful quote popped … Continue reading

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Two Toms

Please help KWD grow by sharing:  https://karinwritesdangerously.com In a comment on my recent post entitled Run On, Nancy Burke, my dear friend and writing buddy (http://www.nancyburkestories.com/) shared this story about legendary marathoner Tom Fleming: “I was in high school when … Continue reading

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Slow Motion

We’ve all been there: Things are perking along with your story and you’re feeling pretty good about it — and then it turns out, that unbeknownst to you, your fuel gauge was dipping past empty — and you stall. Everything … Continue reading

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Bouncing Back

My sister Steph and my brother-in-law Luis are big tennis buffs — they love to watch high-stakes games whenever they can. I’m not a huge tennis fan myself, but I’m always fascinated by the connections I see between peak performance … Continue reading

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Rough Riders

Tour de France, the amazing and grueling three-week bicycle race across France. This is the 100th year of the Tour and since Alex is a competitive cyclist, we’re huge fans. The Tour is considered the most demanding sports event in … Continue reading

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Red Zone

“Every writer I know has trouble writing.” Joseph Heller Wow, am I feeling wiped out! I just spent an intense day pouring over the pages of my YA novel, crossing out phrases, shifting pieces around, and moving whole paragraphs. The … Continue reading

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