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The Most Offensive Christmas Article You’ll Read

You don’t really celebrate Christmas.

Sure, the day known as December 25th, or “Christmas,” means a lot of things to a lot of people. Each of us processes it differently based on family, religion, and our exposure to the tsunami of holiday advertising.

But let’s be serious. You don’t really celebrate it. It doesn’t mean that much to you.

Because if it did, your life would look a lot different right now, and so would mine. Continue reading The Most Offensive Christmas Article You’ll Read

7 Indispensable Writing Resources

A carpenter has his tools, an artist her brushes, and a musician his instrument.

As a writer, you’re no different.

And other than your quill or keyboard, there are indispensable resources you should be taking advantage of in order to keep your best writing flowing.

Here are 7 of them, in no particular order. Continue reading 7 Indispensable Writing Resources

“When a Man Told Her She Couldn’t Have an Abortion, This Courageous Woman Responded With Two Words….And My Jaw Hit the Floor.” (Please Click This OMG!!!)

I am so sick of Clickbait.

Don’t know what it is?

Just peruse Facebook for thirty seconds and you’ll find some … like the title of this post.

Clickbait is a headline that stirs up shock and awe and lures readers in order to crank up web traffic.

It’s rampant sensationalism.

And the worst thing about Clickbait is that it discourages healthy dialogue and learning, and promotes raw emotion and outrage through manipulation.

Yeah…I’m talking about you, UpworthyContinue reading “When a Man Told Her She Couldn’t Have an Abortion, This Courageous Woman Responded With Two Words….And My Jaw Hit the Floor.” (Please Click This OMG!!!)