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Carla is 37, a chemical/materials engineer, aspiring writer, all-around geek, and consummate fangirl. She’s from Panama City, Panama — which is so far from anywhere exciting that it might as well be Freaking Narnia. If you’re looking for Carla’s vlog, click here.
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  • The Terrible Two … Thousand Words: Writing Through Distractions
    on July 7, 2024

    The Terrible Two … Thousand Words: Writing Through DistractionsI finally did start writing my new novel that I mentioned in a previous post, and I have about twenty-five hundred words (about a scene and a half) already down. Starting a new novel is both exciting and overwhelming. Usually, when I first begin writing, putting those initial words on the page and fleshing out my characters feels amazing. But keeping that momentum going is a whole […]

  • In Memory of Donald Sutherland: A Legacy of Iconic Performances
    on June 20, 2024

    (Donald Sutherland by Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)Today, we have lost a beloved actor, Donald Sutherland, whose remarkable career spanned over six decades. His presence on screen left an indelible mark on many of us, with performances that brought many beloved stories and characters to life. Today, we mourn his passing and celebrate the joy and inspiration he brought into our lives through his work.As a millennial, one of my earliest […]

  • Reclaiming the Past: Queer Romance and Historical Insight in Jeanne Reames’s “Dancing with the…
    on June 12, 2024

    Reclaiming the Past: Queer Romance and Historical Insight in Jeanne Reames’s “Dancing with the Lion” Duology(Image from the “History of Alexander” collection via the UK Royal Collection Trust)Happy Pride Month, everybody! Unintentionally on topic, this month and the last, I have been reading Jeanne Reames’s “Dancing with the Lion” duology.When I picked up the first book, I was not just seeking a historical adventure but also a […]



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