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How To Become a Lean, Mean, Writing MACHINE

In my most recent branding and social media book, I talk about blogging and teach how to do it well. I’m a HUGE fan of the blog for a number of reasons. 1,164 more words

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TMI . . . !!!

Since the goal of this blog is to inspire your muse and, ultimately, improve your writing (and mine!), I like to share good blog posts that contribute to this effort. 277 more words

3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Writing & Increase Sales

Today, I’m going to give you three ways to instantly improve your writing and sell more books.¬†I’m blessed to have a broad base of experience/expertise which includes¬†corporate consulting and branding. 1,084 more words

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Professional Authors Need H.E.A.R.T.---What It Takes to Make It In The Digital Age of Publishing

Sorry I’ve been lax about posting. The Attack of The Peanut cascaded into a splendid ER visit and a bad case of Shingles. Nothing to make a gal feel young like a case of Shingles. 1,556 more words

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Losing Robin Williams---The Dark Side of Those Who Make Us Laugh

Suicide. It’s a topic that’s been on most of our minds as of late. I was BROKEN when I found out about Robin Williams. It’s like this bright shining star just snuffed out, leaving only a black hole of crushing emptiness behind. 1,306 more words

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Amanda Headlee reblogged this on Amanda Headlee and commented:

Due to the passing of Robin Williams last week, I am reblogging this post because it perfectly captures and describes the feelings that may be hiding behind the laughter. Depression is a debilitating and ruthless disease. It should never be taken lightly. Many people do not allow their depression to externally manifest and they lock it deep in their hearts. For those who do not suffer, always remember to spread kindness and show love to everyone. Leave no stone unturned. In each passing day, tell someone who you may know, or a complete stranger, that you appreciate their presence and place in your life. Let them know that they are not alone nor do they have to hide their suffering. Never allow anyone to feel so alone. It can take something as small as a smile to save someone's life. For those who do suffer, know you are not alone. There is always somebody who has his or her hand out to you, ready to pull you from that dark place to make you safe. Do not hide. Know you are loved.

Losing Robin Williams---The Dark Side of Those Who Make Us Laugh

Suicide. It’s a topic that’s been on most of our minds as of late. I was BROKEN when I found out about Robin Williams. It’s like this bright shining star just snuffed out, leaving only a black hole of crushing emptiness behind. 1,306 more words

Kristen Lamb

The Kiss that Nearly Killed Me--Why Peanut Allergies are DEAD Serious

I am reticent to write this blog, namely because a lot of the content I’ve shared lately has involved a string of injuries. I am a 40 year old woman who practices Brazilian Jui-Jitsu and it’s a contact sport. 1,867 more words

Kristen Lamb