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Broaden Your Reading Horizons

Are all the books in your To Be Read pile in the same genre or on the same topic? I encourage you to read across a wide range. 875 more words

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Writer's Blog- Living with a Humanoid

Fiction writers have some of the most intricate, imaginative minds on planet Earth, hands down. We are what you call, “Right Side Brain” people.

Though, we often use the left side of our brains as well; systematically deciding on how/ if the sequence of our creations will make sense to our audience. 1,092 more words

Putting out the Welcome Mat

I read a post today, over on Christina L. Rivers’ blog that really got my thinking. She likened finding one’s target audience to the elusive search for Big Foot. 347 more words

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A Little Fiction: All Fall Down

Shelly and Hank had planned this camping trip as an attempt at getting back together. It wasn’t working. He was late picking her up, the drive took five hours instead of their usual three, and when they finally found a space to camp, they argued over where to set up the tent. 525 more words

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What Can You Learn From Three Years of Blogging?

Three years ago, I published my first blog post and held my breath. It was the first time I’d taken on my new persona, writing under my pen name (or can I say “Nom de Plume? 648 more words

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2 paws up: Learning from Dogs

 Learning from Dogs: new nonfiction book

Happily a gift arrived a week ago from a friend. Paul Handover’s nonfiction book came and now has a place on my desk. 474 more words

Writers Blogs

Blogging 101: Starting New

And why, you may ask–when this blog will celebrate its fifth anniversary in the spring of 2016–would I tackle WordPress’s “Blogging 101” course to start the new year? 458 more words