Monthly Archives: February 2017

Little Things

Kage Baker tried her best to ignore the little niggling attacks of life on her time and energy. Large portions of her schedules were designed to resist the effects of the tiny problems, the ones that crowd into your time … Continue reading

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Busy, Busy Day

Kage Baker loved those days when the energy was free and flowing – nay, not just flowing, but leaping round her ankles as insistently as a beagle puppy begging for a walk. And she didn’t even like puppies. But she … Continue reading

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Flat Tire At The Crossroads

Kage Baker  wanted her life to run a certain way. She worked hard at getting it that way, and she didn’t like changes to the things she had painstakingly established. No one really does – but not everyone labours with … Continue reading

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Nevertheless, She Persisted

Kage Baker was a staunch proponent of universal suffrage. As I have previously reported, she admired Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Annie Besant, Katherine Russel (Viscountess Amberly) – all those determined and ferocious ladies, and their crews of equally … Continue reading

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Drowning

Kage Baker could cope with most impediments to writing – except a bad cold. Me, too. The cold that descended on me over the weekend has only grown worse. My nose is no longer running incessantly, but that’s only because … Continue reading

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