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Work in Progress

A few days ago I printed out all fifty pages of my most recent Work in Progress.

It felt like such a momentous thing to do, as this WIP is only as recent as November, because it’s the NaNoWriMo novel I gave up on. 359 more words

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To be a writer a writer must write: Sinclair Lewis

“It is impossible to discourage the real writers – they don’t give a damn what you say, they’re going to write.” – Sinclair Lewis (1885-1951) 10 more words

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Humility, Love, Writing Teachers and Mad Hippies: Friday Featured Followers

Get Low (Eric R. Riddle)

Our culture wants to “get high.”

Whether it be by consuming mood-changing drugs or choosing healthier ways to get high on life, many of us are pursuing happiness as a means of rising above our present circumstances.  

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The Best "How To" Book on Kindle Publishing

The story line for Relic brewed in my head for a long time. I honestly didn’t start writing it until I downloaded a free eBook on Amazon one day about how to publish an eBook to the site. 536 more words

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On Writing Again: Getting Back On the Horse

I’m my own worst critic when it comes to writing, and especially when it involves failure to keep to a writing schedule.  I made a joke of it late last year by calling it “Best Laid Plans”…mainly for the reason that whenever I went online to excitedly reveal what I’m currently working on, those plans would crash and burn spectacularly.  379 more words

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On Writing: Project List - Do You Want to See What's Inside My Head?

Did you ever wonder what goes on inside a writer’s head when he or she is in full on writing mode? How would you like to take a peek inside… 794 more words

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(I elaborate on this idea in the post “5th Ave East” –the sister one)

MEMOIR NOTES & IDEAS

                                            “-parts of you become numb along the way and they fall asleep in their idea that this kind of living is okay, and you neglect parts of yourself that need you, because you don’t know how to help it—it’s not that you don’t really know any better (though that’s largely the case) but that that particular sight or emotion got tired and gave up…”

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