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Zombie Porcupines

Due to a recent re-exposure to gluten just one week shy of when I was supposed to start feeling better from my last exposure, I do not have a post ready for today. 70 more words

Writing

ROW80 Home stretch ahead

I’m finally feeling that the light at the end of the tunnel is not the headlamp of the oncoming train, as the old joke goes.  Although some things, like the speed bump in the survey plans at the day job, and my DH taking over my office  (which is mostly okay, because I plan to transform another room into an office) mean it’s a two-steps forward, one-step back conga dance, the progress is still forward. 412 more words

ROW80

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

Kristen Lamb

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

Kristen Lamb

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

Friday Fun! Adventures in Learning

How do you spell YMCA?

William – age 6

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When I visited my mom and sister recently, Jamie led me to his room where he wanted to read his favorite Disney books with me. 161 more words

Parenting

Making Writing a Priority & When Helping is Hurting

The weird thing about the new paradigm of publishing is the Digital Age Author is a very different creature. She might be a single mom trying to squeeze in a couple hundred words before the kids wake up or a husband struggling to fit in a writing burst during a lunch break. 1,191 more words

Kristen Lamb