Hillary DePiano

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Daily Kanban for Writers: Managing Big Picture projects, tasks and works in progress day to day

Daily Kanban for Writers: Managing Big Picture projects, tasks and works in progress day to day

Posted by on Mar 29, 2019 in Evergreen, On Writing: Craft and Commiseration | 0 comments

This post is a sequel to my original post about Kanban for writers so you may want to start there. But, if not, here’s a quick recap: What is Kanban? Kanban is a project management system that started in manufacturing in which projects are visualized by easily movable cards organized by columns. The idea is to limit the number of projects in progress...

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Review: Can 4TheWords, the fantasy game for writers, be used for editing and other off-site writing?

Review: Can 4TheWords, the fantasy game for writers, be used for editing and other off-site writing?

Posted by on Mar 22, 2019 in Evergreen, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), On Writing: Craft and Commiseration | 0 comments

4TheWords review in a hurry: While sometimes buggy (as you’d expect from a work in progress), it’s well worth the occasional quirk for this fun and addictive game that motivates you to write more exactly as advertised! And while the site isn’t specifically built for editing or off-site writing, there’s a couple of easy ways to make...

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Transforming princess to orange dress for The Love of Three Oranges

Transforming princess to orange dress for The Love of Three Oranges

Posted by on Mar 11, 2019 in Evergreen, The Love of Three Oranges | 0 comments

You want to see something really cool? Jada of creamcheese.cosplay is making some absolutely amazing costumes for The Love of Three Oranges and documenting the whole process over on Instagram (a platform I am on but barely know how to use if you want to follow me and my hopelessness). You can head on over and see everything in progress but I especially...

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LitBit: Can fitness trackers mean more sleep, hydration and physical exercise for writers?

LitBit: Can fitness trackers mean more sleep, hydration and physical exercise for writers?

Posted by on Feb 12, 2019 in Evergreen, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), On Writing: Craft and Commiseration | 0 comments

Fitbit for Writers Can fitness trackers mean more physical exercise for writers? Can having a little gadget strapped to our wrists really make us take better care of ourselves? I decided to try it out for myself. Writing is a very sedentary act. It involves sitting, often for very long periods of time, while we type until we damage our joints. In fact, one...

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Did you know I offer free visits and video chats for schools doing my plays?

Did you know I offer free visits and video chats for schools doing my plays?

Posted by on Jan 31, 2019 in Announcements, News, Contests and Giveaways, Evergreen | 0 comments

Photo courtesy of Rutgers Prep Are you performing one of my plays? I am happy to offer visits (either in-person or via video chat) to student groups of any age who are currently producing any of my plays free of charge. It’s a great opportunity for the cast and crew to ask questions about the play and their individual roles during the rehearsal...

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