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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Taking Some Time to Center

Off to sit by the water and write.

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A Humble Plea for Support

State of my Union Address & Humble Plea for Support So, I’m a scant seven weeks away from a new book launch, and a few conversations away from losing my full-time employment (by their choice or mine, is still undetermined). Discussions for both events have been in...
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Sinnet of Dragons Book Trailer is Live!

Available for pre-order on Amazon May 30th, 2017

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Be a Creator

How can we unite as artists and creators to support positive change in a politically unstable time?

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Spring Cleaning

All in all, it’s looking like the weather is finally turning toward blossoms and blooms.

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A Humble Plea for Support

A Humble Plea for Support

State of my Union Address & Humble Plea for Support So, I’m a scant seven weeks away from a new book launch, and a few conversations away from losing my full-time employment (by their choice or mine, is still undetermined). Discussions for both events have been in...
February Patron Newsletter 2017

February Patron Newsletter 2017

Dear Patrons! It’s been a weighty month for many reasons. Gaining steady rhythm has been tougher than expected, though it’s coming along. With many unexpected financial issued and home/repair changes, it’s been tough to stay on schedule. On the bright side, the beauty...
What Fair Trade/Sustainable Art Means to Me

What Fair Trade/Sustainable Art Means to Me

The existence of fair trade and sustainable art predates our current economic system. The economic system we live under now did not naturally arise. We created it to serve a purpose and over the centuries forgot what we had done and now see it as the normal way for our lives to work. What if people valued themselves, each other, and what they created, such as art, rather than the accumulation of wealth?