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Our Guernicas Are Showing: How To Filter Your Social Media Posts

“There’s a picture that looks like animals far away, but if you move close up you can see that a war starts to appear.”

This is what my friend said to me, about 17 years ago, during our first Chocolate Cake Friday (AKA: Writer’s Group), and she was talking about Picasso’s… 1,025 more words

10 Tips to Streamline Your Writing Time

A Guest Post by Edie Melson

So often we make things harder than they have to be. Sometimes we do it because we’re used to doing things a certain way, or because it’s the only way we know how. 1,077 more words

Mid-South Christian Writers Conference

IF YOU’RE A NOBODY~Now Is the Time to Develop a Social Media Platform

IF YOU’RE A NOBODY~

         Now Is the Time to Develop a Social Media Platform

Natalie Bright

Where are you going with your writing? What do you want to achieve in the next year? 643 more words

Writing

Blog Off

I’ve mostly managed to resist active participation in social media. I’ve dabbled of course, marvelling at the wonderful breakfast posted by a woman I used to work with six years ago, and the amusing antics of a pet Alsatian owned by someone I met in a bus queue last week. 330 more words

Creative Writing

Newsletters: A Writer's Best Friend

If you read last week’s blog post, you saw me write about getting help (and homework) from a social media expert. You probably also saw me link to sign up for a newsletter. 450 more words

Writing

Writing Short

Writing short. Consider the significance of the two-word sentence: I do.

Roy Peter Clark, author of How to Write Short: Word Craft for Fast Times, 746 more words

Editing

Oh Grow UP!---Unfriending Part 2

We’ll pick up on the whole, “Artists not working for free” thing later. Is free a good thing? Yes and no. Benjamin Franklin has a saying I’m going to adopt for how I feel about FREE. 2,290 more words

Kristen Lamb