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Holiday scheduling

Do you expect to be interupted in the next couple of weeks? Here are some scheduling ideas that can help you write through lots of holidays, vacations and unexpected detours in life. 14 more words

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Ghosts of Christmas past ...

If you’re thinking about writing something seasonal, here’s some inspiration.

5 Forgotten Christmas Ghost Stories

http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2014/12/19/ghosts-on-the-nog/

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"There are two kinds of writer: those that make you think, and those that make you wonder."

“There are two kinds of writer: those that make you think, and those that make you wonder.”

- Brian Aldiss, British, writer, editor

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"Painting: The art of protecting flat surfaces from the weather and exposing them to the critic."

“Painting: The art of protecting flat surfaces from the weather and exposing them to the critic.”

- Ambrose Bierce, American, journalist, writer, short story writer, editor, satirist

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Publishing a Post (Except Contributor)

Publishing your post adds it to the blog for anyone to view it.

1. In the Dashboard, click on “Posts” in the left-hand panel. This will bring you to the “All Posts” screen where you can view a list of all previously-created posts. 38 more words

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I'm grateful for...(part VI )

As you know, I’m doing Thirty days of gratitude-folks I’m grateful for having in my life!  Naively, I believed I’d quickly go through my list, this involves blogging about them, treating them to a coffee/Chai tea & a muffin, bagel-some edible something- and telling them how grateful I am for…you get the idea.  239 more words

Works in Progress—A Bite on the Line

An update on my works in progress.

AFTA—An editor wrote back in response to a query letter 341 more words
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