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Asking for Help and Ray Bradbury

This is the second post in a series on creating quantum leaps.  I can’t help combining worldly news with these posts.   Sadly, today, we heard of Ray Bradbury’s passing. 514 more words

The Writing Life

Where is Your Writing Taking You?

There are many places that our writing can take us:

  • New worlds (fantasy or real)
  • New work – assignments and projects we might not have been able to imagine…
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Writing Your Destiny

Novel Monday: Pulling Bit and Pieces Together

Today is the day I’ve designated to write about progress with my novel, and share excerpts when it feels appropriate.  I just got a chuckle from reading a post about… 349 more words

The Writing Life

Lucky 7 Meme - Seven Lines From WIP

I’ve told myself that I wasn’t going to do any more blog chain letter type things.

However, last week, I was given the opportunity to participate in the Lucky 7 Meme, which seemed like a good way of recognizing creative works in progress. 571 more words

Writing Your Destiny

My Unorthodox Book Marketing Process

A few weeks ago, I published my second book on Amazon, which from what readers have told me, is even better than my first book.  It’s called… 508 more words

Writing Your Destiny

Forget your audience or tribe

In professional writing, there is an old adage, know your audience.  In recent years, it’s been morphed into lead your tribe.  In the marketing and technical writing that I do, this is good advice.  450 more words