Category Archives: Introversion

World Introvert Day

So today is almost over, and I am just now realizing that it is World Introvert Day. Actually, perhaps in previous years I knew this, but it had slipped my mind. (Though it has only been around since 2011, according to its own site. In any case, how could I not at least post on such …

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Small(er) Talk

If by now you don’t know i detest small talk, thank you for stopping by my blog and having anything at all to do with  me for the very first time ever. The rest of you know what a thorn in my side it is. I highly prefer conversation of substance, even if I don’t …

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Just Being There.

I went to a Halloween party on Saturday. A friend of mine was throwing it at her home. She really did up the outside, and I liked the atmosphere. Here’s a cool picture I took of myself at the party: I was dressed as Geoffrey Tennant, from the TV show Slings and Arrows. Nobody in …

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Collaborative Learning Forced on Introverts? How About Not?

The subject matter in this article in The Atlantic annoys me. If you have read even a little of this blog, and certainly if you have known me for more than a few hours, you’ll know why once you read it. I don’t want to rehash an entire article, so go ahead and read it first …

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Book Promotion Experience

Well, it has been quite a week in my writing world so far. Not only did I launch the novel, but I had my short story “The Cave” chosen as one of five finalists in the monthly Writer’s Digest flash fiction contest. (It would mean a lot to me if you would go read it …

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