Tim Harnett

Tim Harnett

Writer / Contributor

Tim's Bio

By day Tim Harnett writes reports on HR topics, such as learning, onboarding, and diversity. By night, he reviews movies and board games for Dorkadia.com. Harnett is the author of Trompe L’oeil, Rêve, and the short-lived webcomic Chefs in Black (with Cliff N. Hansen).

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Week Four Checking In

Projects are stacked up. Ideas are flowing. I’m eating and drinking like a merry lunatic, cooking up a storm of fresh spring foods and new recipes.

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‘Sinnet of Dragons’ Available for Pre-order!

The Kindle version of Sinnet of Dragons is now available for pre-order. It will download to your Kindle on July...
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Resist the Darkness

Inspiration is the antithesis to bigotry. The inspirations are the countermeasure to emotional and mental terrorism.

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Mid-May Update

I scored on some delicious mangoes, and couldn’t decide on one recipes. So I made a few! This month it’s all about the mangoes on my patreon recipes. I could’ve made more recipes, too, if I hadn’t eaten half a flat of mangoes in the raw. Two...
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You’re Invited to the Sinnet of Dragons Launch Party!

Please come help celebrate five years of hard work! It’s finally here!!

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Mid-May Update

Mid-May Update

I scored on some delicious mangoes, and couldn’t decide on one recipes. So I made a few! This month it’s all about the mangoes on my patreon recipes. I could’ve made more recipes, too, if I hadn’t eaten half a flat of mangoes in the raw. Two...
Live Your Story – Then Tell It

Live Your Story – Then Tell It

I went to lovely Manzanita, Oregon for a writer’s workshop this weekend. How to Tell Your Personal Story was taught by Gideon For-Mukwai, author of The Science of Story Selling. Gideon was friendly and warm, a natural storyteller in front of an audience. He engaged...
Figuring Out the Rhythm

Figuring Out the Rhythm

I’m still figuring out the rhythms of my creative cycle, and independent creative life. So far it looks like too much coffee, lots of art supplies and crowded storyboards. And that all sound pretty good so far. Lots of planning and building to do still, but one...
Diving into Creativity Full Time

Diving into Creativity Full Time

  The study of creativity is fascinating and incomplete. It’s such a misunderstood force. The data supporting creativity is unquantifiable, conflicting. How do you apply a metric to something that’s not fully understood? Albert Einstein was a huge supporter of...