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Edges and Islands III

Kage Baker  was a model of authorly discipline. She sat down every day and wrote – usually on a deliberately set topic, from a carefully arranged outline, so many words a day, so many points ticked off on a neat … Continue reading

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We Pause To Reload

Kage Baker was an assiduous researcher. She was careful to map out what she needed to know in order to explore a story idea properly, and she pursued that map with a will. Years of experience in writing assignments for … Continue reading

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Edges and Islands

Kage Baker never got to explore any of her story ideas for Australia. She had ideas, though – lots of them. Let us explore  them, shall we? I’m trying something new with this entry, Dear Readers: and testing it on … Continue reading

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Story Seeds

Kage Baker was fascinated by Australia. Many people are. It’s an astonishing place from just about any angle of contemplation. Initially settled by a unique band of people, who chose a lifestyle quite unlike any other representatives of Homo sapiens. … Continue reading

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