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Silk’s Post #113 — I always get a little misty when I hear Christmas carols. I think the sound of music is directly hard-wired to our memory banks. 1,534 more words


Ronovan Writes and People Read

  Hello everyone!  I’m excited to tell you about Ronovan; author, poet, blogger, humorist, and an all-around interesting guy.

I met him on Twitter (oh, yes, I… 134 more words

Tinsellitis takes its Toll

Twas the days before Christmas

And all though the mall

were scores of small totties

all having a bawl

Foot weary shoppers thought of soft feather beds… 781 more words


Celeriac Disease and other complaints

Good spelling and general levels of proof reading seem to be in a critical state of health nowadays. For some reason I have become very aware of this especially over the past week or so, spying a number of publications that have certainly given me reason to have a few good yucks, while at the same time decrying the demise of the English language. 520 more words

#Nanowrimo Conflict: The Fuel Of Your Story

Conflict is the fuel that keeps your story going. Conflict revels your character and draws the reader closer. It gives the reader a reason to keep turning the page. 1,101 more words

Write It Forward

dogleadermysteries reblogged this on Dog Leader Mysteries and commented:

Stoke your fiction

Advice for a successful novel

This looks like a great post to read and share, even if you never will write a novel during #NaNoWriMo. All great fiction and nonfiction books need conflict and tension or readers stop reading. I am a great lover of the literary arts, but also a reader of biography, history and nonfiction. #NaNoWriMo means National Novel Writing Month. I have won twice, writing over 50,000 words and drafting two novels in my Dog Leader Mystery series. If you aspire to write, read this and share. Thanks! Nanowrimo cover

Why Writers Lack Confidence- The Struggle Is Real

Yesterday a writer friend who left our critique group about a year ago indicated she was ready to come back to our fold. We of course, welcomed her back, all wondering what had happened to cause her to leave in the first place. 714 more words

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