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Blowhards and the Trouble with Numbers

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Topic Not About Brain Injury

Answers to Your Questions on the Pros and Cons of Using a Stand-Up Treadmill Desk

It’s been four months since I wrote my first post on my treadmill desk set-up and so I now feel I have more insights to share, especially as I’ve gone from feeling ever so slightly dizzy after every session on the machine to being able to dance to rumba and salsa music (no, sorry, no videos available. 2,058 more words

Work-Life Balance

For Authors: Tools For Increasing Your Daily Word Count

Happy Friday everyone! In this short post I’d like to share how I am ramping up my daily word count as an author.

There is some awesome technology available out there and it’s time that we authors seized control of these things and made use of them. 866 more words

Blog Post

Celebrating Two Wicked Years!

6 May Announcement:  randomly selected winners from their comments on this post are: Ruth Nixon, Tiger Wiseman, Sandy Bartles, Jane Werthmann, Mary Feliz, and Nancy Roessner. 826 more words

Group Posts

On Writing - Naturally Speaking

I ran across a great deal on Dragon Naturally Speaking software recently. Well, it was a great deal for anyone willing to buy a brand new, never opened copy of Version 12 (basic with headphones) now that version 13 is out. 597 more words

On Writing

Voice Dictation - Evolving My Writing Process

I’m writing this blog post from inside a lion… And it’s rather dark in here.

Sorry about that. As I’m doing this I can’t help but think of the Shel Silverstein poem, …

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Writing Process

Carpel Tunnel and Dragon Naturally Speaking

As some of you are aware—and most undoubtedly are not—I suffer from carpel tunnel. The how’s and why’s are relatively unimportant, though, suffice it to say, the fact that I do isn’t really all that surprising considering the amount I type and my propensity for ignoring the warning signs. 73 more words

Writing Process