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Titles are not my forte

My husband came up with the best working title ever for my WIP set in Utah during World War I. Ready for it?

All Quiet on the Wasatch Front… 283 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Getting Organized

I love organization where everything is in its place. But, I have a terrible time achieving such neatness. My girlfriends seem to be able to keep everything where it belongs, but for some reason my things move from room to room. 2,085 more words



I keep reading on various websites, blogs, and articles Authors giving the classic, tried-and-true advice of ages: “Write what you want to read.”


All good and well. 617 more words


"I really like you," she said. "I never loved you though."

Rejection is usually hard to take. We writers live with rejection. It looms forever in the background of the budding artist. We are so full of hope. 756 more words

Thoughts On Writing

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It’s time to come clean: I think I have writer’s block, Internet.

It’s been coming and going. I do have a few stories I’ve been picking at, but often when I sit down to write—whether during my commute or my lunch break, or at my own computer at home or in a notebook—nothing comes. 776 more words


For Sake Of Beauty

For sake
Of beauty
I turn to the pen
To scrawl the music
And the word
And the rhythm’s verse
In gliding ink,
And trace… 33 more words


Writing Update - New Stories for the rest of the Year

As a way to notify my readers what I’ll be doing the rest of this year, and as a way to (hopefully) stay accountable, I’ve decided to make this post. 467 more words