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When Things Start to Happen

You have to share your small and big successes so that people know that it can happen for them, too.  After I made the transition out of corporate I had some fear around how things would ultimately turn out. 116 more words

The Way In

“What is a poem?” poet Leanne O’Sullivan asks, her soft voice straining to be heard over the rain pelting the conservatory roof. “How do prose and poetry differ?” 695 more words


Summer Writing 3

Well, I didn’t have a very good writing week. In fact, I didn’t manage to do any writing at all. :-( That’s because instead of being writer-me, I had to be publisher-me. 455 more words


Writer, It's Your Turn

As a husband, parent of three (going on four in November), full time cubicle dweller, and writer, I know what it’s like to be busy. I also know what it’s like to have these important and life giving things crash into each other and all over my writing goals. 144 more words


Gaming Amazon for Kindle Success and Other Captivating Reads…

Confessions from the Underground World of Kindle eBooks, Part 1. An ‘anonymous’ interview with a supposed best-selling Kindle author who has a formula to game the system and make a ton of money. 165 more words


Monday Recap

I survived RWA. I survived the flights there and back. I didn’t get to as many panels as I would have liked but I got to spend quality time with Jen Apodaca-Lyon, one of my favorite authors and a good friend. 833 more words

Writing Life

On why I don't use the Print Page View option

I use Scrivener to write my stories and Microsoft Word for papers. When it comes to assignments for class, we’d always be given a page count or page range to reach (ie. 556 more words