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When You Feel Like Quitting... Consider This

You work hard toward your writing and business goals.

You spend time on the big picture and getting daily tasks done.

You make strides, you celebrate milestones, and you continue working and building your dream. 643 more words


Grammar-ease: Using 'Because' in Place of Wordy Phrases

It’s funny how editing commonalities come in spurts. In the past few weeks, I’ve noticed a lot of wordy phrases that can be shortened to “because.” 311 more words


Cool Developments

Hello, folks.

It’s been a while since I had anything to say on here.  Or rather, it’s been a while since I bothered to say anything on here.   620 more words


Scheduling Time for Yourself While Freelancing

Today is Columbus Day in the U.S.; it’s one of those holidays that some people have off and some people don’t.

Many of my friends have it off. 445 more words

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Pay What It's Worth (PWIW) Pricing for Writing Resources

There are so many writing-related resources available through various avenues (websites, Amazon, brick & mortar stores, giveaways, and so on), and sometimes we can find “the perfect” book, audio, checklist, what-have-you, but realize it’s a bit out of our reach financially. 295 more words

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Grammar-ease: Using 'Many' and 'Much'

The rules for using ‘many’ or ‘much’ in writing are similar to using ‘less’ versus ‘fewer’ in that usage depends on whether the associated noun can be counted or not. 151 more words

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So You Want to Publish a Book (Post 2): Realistic Expectations With Money

I wasn’t going to make this the second post in this series, but since someone mentioned the subject of money in the last post, I thought it might be a good idea to write this now.   964 more words

Writing As A Business