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Well, here it is Friday. . .

and as of 10:37am, today, I have been back “on my wheels”!! I have my wheel-chair back under me! Everyone was so pleased to see me–1 guy thought I was in the hospital all these 4 weeks! 73 more words

My Writing

5-Minute Writer’s Workshop #2 – Introducing Color Into Your Writing

This is a literal exercise. The use of color is a powerful tool to convey meaning and mood to the reader without having to come out and say everything. 609 more words

General Art Musings

Story Surgery

Today, we learned that authors often change the pace in their writing.  To do this, they must often go back to previous pieces of work and add more or less detail.   79 more words

CODE and Ghana Book Trust writers and editors workshops

Seen in the Daily Graphic of 29 August 2014

The Ghana Book Trust in collation with the Canadian Organisation for Development through Education (CODE) and the Burt Award for African Literature invites interested persons to participate in a 5-day Writers’ and Editors’ workshop. 100 more words

Ghanaian Writers

Sue Harrison's "Writing the Third Dimension" - Part 19: By Hook, Not By Crook

Welcome back! Over the next several more months we invite you to return here, specifically on the fourth Thursday of each month for the newest installment of Sue Harrison‘s teaching: … 796 more words

Preambles To Writing

Self-publishing progress?

Another week of mayhem and progress – of sorts. Having made my proof-readers’ lives hell by pressing them to complete as much as possible against the clock (with the rather minimal bribe of runner beans) I entered all their brilliant catches into my final file in InDesign and… pressed the button to send the text to the printer. 270 more words

Writing Notes

Writing on Day One of Kindergarten

“The fastest way to teach a child to read is to teach them to write.” -Mem Fox

In one week, I will start my 24th year of teaching with a group of eager, squiggly, excited kindergarteners. 261 more words