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Wicked Wednesday: Mythbusters VI--Getting Advice on a Manuscript

Pre-published and published authors get lots of advice on getting advice. Some people say you must have a writers group to succeed. Others say that kind of review stifles creativity and produces homogenized products. 916 more words

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More School & a Meeting

It’s hard to know what to say about today. We spent the morning doing school as usual. In the afternoon, I had a couple of errands to run and then I had to take Lucy up to her friend Martha’s house. 115 more words

Getting things done.

This is one of those days where I had a lot of little things to get finished. Any one of them doesn't seem like much, but they add up. 278 more words


Saturday Efforts

I wound up left to my own devices today, for the most part. I went through social media and push feeds while my wife was still here. 396 more words


Setting up the Weekend

We decided to have date night tonight, but keep it simple. We went through a great local drive in and grabbed some food to go. We wanted to take Otto with us, and decided to eat in a park instead of a restaurant. 446 more words


5 Tips for Starting a Writing Critique Group

As some of you know, I belong to an awesome writing critique group. So often, our group is asked about how we started and what makes ours so special. 877 more words


Embracing Risk Despite Self-Doubt

Everyone, no matter how talented, competent, or blessed, suffers from self-doubt at some point or another. But that doesn’t mean we must be trapped in our insecurities, and we should never allow our feelings of inadequacy overshadow our faith, because really, this journey we’re on is not about us and what we can or cannot do. 1,053 more words