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I Could Be On Your Coffee Table!

My “Art of Nature” collection was included in Schiffer Publication’s “Ironwork Today”.

And yes, it is a coffee table book.

The book is a collection of art pieces created by metalworkers from all over the world.   105 more words

Metalworking Art

My Space!

Today’s writing prompt:

Get out of my space!

Just venting my frustration but I’m sure the offender will end up as a character somewhere down the line :)


Guest Post: Income Tips for Writers With Hope Clark

Today’s post is brought to you by guest contributor Dorit Sasson! Interested in contributing a post? Read the submission guidelines.

Interview with Hope Clark: Income Tips for Writers…

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Ring! Ring!

Today’s writing prompt:

Off the hook.

Yesterday after three nuisance telemarketing calls to my landline, despite being on the do-not-call register, I put the phone down on my desk mid-sentence and walked away. 94 more words


When the answer is no...

My good writer-friend, Pauline, nudged me a few weeks ago to check out James Lee Burke, an author she admires who knows about a topic most writers are all too familiar with: rejection. 420 more words

Writing Lessons

It’s All about Focusing

I just finished reading Wired for Story by Lisa Cron, a wonderful book that throws writing myths out the window in every chapter. She discards the idea that “Beautiful Writing Trumps All,” and to “Write What You Know,” and that “Sensory Details Bring a Story to Life,” using cognitive science to prove it. 486 more words

Writing Advice

On Having to Write about Vampires (and Alien Sex)

Apropos of my narrative about being categorized with the vampires and aliens at the most recent conference I went to, here’s a piece from today’s New Republic online newsletter in which a writer of memoirs, … 273 more words