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Kay Solo
Attends Santa Monica College
Lives in Riverside, CA
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For some reason I still get a little excited every time one of these pops up in the front yard. I guess they'll be around more often with all the rain we're suddenly getting.
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+Ian Petersen Thanks! It's one of the things I was most looking forward to working on, it can create such cool effects.
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I could see this happening. And then Biden drops by.

From this guy: https://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedadam/
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Yes but right now we're talking about Obama dad annoying his kids and being goofy.
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Oh boy, this scene is gonna be so great when I write it! ...later...
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Don't make me come over there, because I will come over there and make you get to it!

I'm pretty sure Stephen King wrote a story about something like that.
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Experiments.
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A delicious portrait. :-)
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I'm having so much fun with Ghost Walk. Ghosts are a lot more fun when you can include them as major characters with depth and development rather than just spoopy things to make it scary. I'm also close to 30,000 words and have yet to reach the first major plot point, so this is gonna be a long one. #amwriting  
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Yeah, starting is really hard. I find it easier when I remember that everything is changeable. I'll often spend the most time rewriting the first few chapters because I'm still finding my voice, but after that, it's a lot easier. So I guess my advice would be to just jump into it anyway.
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It's raining, so I can't go far, but I still get to play with some focus and perspective.
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Love the colors. <3
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I love this photo of a yoyo in water, and I love the creativity that can lead to stuff like this.

Photographer: https://www.instagram.com/yoyophotographs/
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I'll work on making the food itself more presentable later. It tasted good, and that's half the battle.
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Very nice
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Whoah. This is pretty big.
The army intelligence analyst convicted in a massive 2010 leak of security documents is set to be freed in five months instead of in 2045.
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I'm honestly a little surprised. I didn't think this was going to happen, but I'm glad it did.
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The only thing that would make this more perfect is if that shelf on the left was actually a secret door that went into a room with yet more books.
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+Dan Thompson Ooh, a Restricted Section, I like it!
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This is another one that goes under stop using miscommunication as the entire basis for your lazy plot. Conflict can be created in so many better and more compelling ways.
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+Kay Solo Yeah... sadly, I like reasonable characters too much to try and use that myself... although I supposed you could also write a situation where the character is forced to exit the scene before getting a context and use some deep seated sense of self-doubt and just have the person think too much about what it means and then never having the courage to ask. But that too is a bit of an overused trope.
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Technically this is the first picture I took last night. I managed to catch a blep in action. Still lots to learn about this camera. There are more dials than my previous camera had total options.
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Yeah it's quite a hefty book. I spent some time watching videos and reading tutorials before the camera got here, so I'm kind of familiar with a lot of what it can do, but boy, there's a lot of stuff here. It's pretty amazing! But that's how it was with my old camera, too. Even after owning it for years I still discovered new features every so often. I'm hoping to do a little better than that this time around. :p
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Author, editor, photographer, gamer and chocolate's number one fan.
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Hello! My name is Kay Solo, and if I had a dollar for every time I’ve been asked if I’m related to Han, I would have a lot of dollars.

I'm a full-time student who enjoys gaming more than is probably healthy, occasionally takes photographs and has a deep affinity for chocolate. Though I'm pursuing a degree in communications, I like studying cognitive science on the side, especially in regards to sleep and dreams, which is part of what inspired one of my book series, The Dream Sanctum. For work I used to edit books, and now I just write them. I also used to work in media discussing politics, which earned me a disappointingly low amount of hate mail.

You can find me on Twitter, my personal website and my Amazon author page.

I live in Southern California, which means ten months of complaining about the heat, two months complaining about the cold and twelve months complaining about the traffic.

My dislike of the Oxford comma has earned me more enemies than any other opinion, but I hope you like what you see. Thanks for visiting!
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Published author, former gymnast, pretty good at sarcasm.
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  • Santa Monica College
    Speech Communication, present
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October 17
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