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Back to Basics?

Anyone remember these little bits of plastic? I found this in a box in my study the other day, when I was hunting for a missing phone cable (why are all cables not standardized, to save all this hassle?). 971 more words

Authorial Voice

Selfish

Selfish. A word that doesn’t exactly have the best meaning attached to it. However, this week I’ve learnt that in order to reach my goals I’m going to have be at least a little selfish with my time. 424 more words

Rules for A Minimalist Writer

Being a minimalist writer is serious business. These are the rules you need to follow if you want to be a minimalist writer: 127 more words

Being A Writer

How Much I Really Write

If someone assumes that writing my books took a lot of time, I tell them the truth: It took me one hour a day, five days a week during six to eight months to complete one of my books. 151 more words

Process

Stolen Moments

In order to stick with my New Year’s resolution,  I’ve decided that I need to take advantage of stolen moments to jot a few words down here and there because the best laid plans to scurry out early from work and sit in a cafe to write usually go awry. 452 more words

Sneaking in writing when you have no time

I’m back after a two-week break, some of it ostensibly to do some writing. But I had to spend a lot of it dealing with house and property issues related to all the snow and cold weather. 433 more words

Sharon A. Crawford

De-cluttering 2018: Say When

Each new year seems to begin with evaluation. Did I complete my goals from last year? If not, which ones need to carry over into the next? 161 more words