Cedar Writes

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Free Ebook!

I’m making Twisted Mindflow, a collection of 17 short stories, flash, and oddballs, available for free download. Whether you’re a fan and interested in the evolution of my writing mind, or you’re new to...

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Myth-Busting: Bacteriophage

#ForScience You can find the first myth-posting here. This one is so egregiously wrong I’ve corrected it in several places… and it finally exasperated me enough to put the effort into creating this post,...

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The EHEH Korean Restaurant

A while back, cut off from our favorite Korean place by a staff holiday, we tried out an Emergency Holographic Korean Restaurant, and deemed it good, but not as good as our favorite. Yesterday, on...

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Reading recommendations

I haven’t been reading much, well, not at all. Except for school. It’s been mad busy. I read this book a while back, as an ARC, and I have been waiting for it to...

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Ramblings and a Movie Review of Sorts

This is a post full of links for those who want to follow them, and also a post of ‘I’m alive!’ for those who were wondering. This last week was more than manageably busy....

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Myth-Busting: Daddy Longlegs

As my readers know, I do hang out on FB, with all the pitfalls that entails. I really enjoy the ability to instantly interact with friends and family that live around the globe. It’s...

Artwork from this week - Passing Through the Fly Gate. Created with Apophysis 7X and Photoshop 2

In the Briars

I made a comment on facebook the other day about how much fieldwork I have in classes this semester, and a week ago tomorrow I took a long ramble in the woods armed with...

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Crossing the Line

James Young is guesting over at the Mad Genius Club today with a post on lines authors should think hard about before crossing, and it’s a lengthy but worthwhile read. “Y’all talk about torturing...

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A few insects to contemplate

I’m off to classes. I think today we are talking about invertebrate embryology, so I decided to put up a few of my recent ‘captures’ while bug hunting.

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The Invisible Tether

This morning as I made the rounds of the house, waking children, helping them find things, tucking notes into pockets… I noticed that I had a shadow. Everywhere I went, the dog was. She...

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