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AVAILABLE BOOKS

Michaelangelo, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

I’m not leaving this spot until Michelangelo gets here.

Well. That wasn't quite what I was expecting. Life just threw me a dung-encrusted curve ball. If I had gonads, I'd be that guy rolling round on the ground, screaming  in unadulterated misery. What happened has got me all doubled over and I'm not sure I'll ever be...
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Creativity!

Code: Kinda-Bluish. When your creativity ain’t so visual.

Ouch. My eyeballs hurt. And so does my brain. I think one or two of the synapses have extinguished themselves in protest at the amount of  peering at computer screens I've done over the past few weeks while editing. Or, as I like to call it,...
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The Universe, Writing Glory and Glory Days

I don’t think the universe plays with us. I don’t believe things happen for a reason. I think stuff just happens and we do with it what we can. Take from it what we will. Having said all that, sometimes weird shit happens in life and you can’t help but get a bit...
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Deer. Headlights. When Writing hits a speedhump.

Ok. So. It's one of those days. The damn annoying but inevitable day of DOUBT.  The ball to the face that is trying to make a living out of writing. Welcome, my friends. Take an uncomfortable seat. There will be no refreshments, no toilet breaks and no opportunity for...
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The Importance of training your Opinion-Oodle.

Opinions. There must be one hell of a sale on these little gems because every soggy blighter has one. There are those who like to wield their opinion like a rusty broadsword dipped in rabies-juice and rolled in rainbow sprinkles of  bubonic plague. They jab their...
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ABOUT DANIELLE K GIRL

Danielle K Girl is an Aussie who recently moved from Melbourne, Australia to Lititz, Pennsylvania – a town she secretly likes to pretend is really Gilmour Girls’ Stars Hollow. She chose Girl as her pen name because she got tired of reading about female authors having to hide their gender.

Extra|Ordinary is her debut novel.