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Joe’s Post #114

In Paula’s most recent post, she raised a good point. Are we writing more about writing than writing? Or analyzing writing instead of writing? 487 more words

Writing Advice

A Blog? Does It Matter?

I heard author Carrie Snyder talking about her book The Juliet Stories at the Thin Air Writers’ Festival in Winnipeg a number of years ago.  The woman who introduced Carrie mentioned Carrie’s blog called… 429 more words


Acceptance and Anxiety: garden blogs vs. writers' blogs

I’m both a gardener and a writer. My blog posts are split between these two interests, which may not be the best idea for finding a readership, but it means I can usually come up with something to post about. 329 more words


Nerd Girl Fantasies- Novel Heroes Bare All

I am sure all writers may think this, but my Writer’s Critique group is a unique collection of individuals. We work well together, but we also have a good time. 451 more words

Author's Blogs


Well, the title of this message says it all this week. After trials and tribulation, “The Rival” is set to hit the public eye (initially in Kindle format via Amazon), and I do imagine that the face on my big ginger boy Henry says it all. 76 more words

Outlander TV Series- Was It Worth The Wait?

Like countless other fans of the Outlander series of novels written by Diana Gabaldon, I have been waiting many years for the series that finally arrived in the USA in August of this year. 1,048 more words

Author's Blogs

The Truth About the Book-Blog

Just before I published my first book on Smashwords a few years ago, I started this blog. The blog was intended to lead readers to the the book. 716 more words