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Slaying the Inner Critic

Here’s a question for you all. How do you deal with moments of crippling doubt about your writing?

I am blessed to be surrounded with people who are amazing writers. 486 more words


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Some great ideas on how to quell our inner critic, which is important to anyone who wants to keep evolving their writing.

Wednesday Author Profile: Ray Bradbury

I have to confess that I’ve just begun reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.  I wanted to have finished this by today, but life distracted me from that quest. 385 more words

Wednesday Author Spotlight

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Returning to Novel Writing with NanoWriMo

My goal of writing novels took a detour in the last year.  I’m finally ready to commit (again) to a novel writing practice.

November is a great month for focusing on novel-writing because of the annual… 191 more words

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Some Ideas about Self Publishing from Lynn Serafinn

I am trying something new and embedding a post from someone else into today’s blog.

I was impressed by Lynn Serafins’s advice on self publishing and decided to take up her offer to embed this post.  80 more words

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Attending City of Aurora's Book Fair Today!

I am happy to be attending the City of Aurora’s Book Fair today from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.  It is a modest event that allows me to meet some new people and share my latest books. 188 more words


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Great Writing Advice from an Unlikely Source

Daniel Pink is one of my favorite writers, and so even when he writes a book with a title that doesn’t appeal to me all that much, I read the book. 242 more words

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Happy Mother's Day and Guest Post for Add a Tree

My dear friend Claire Woolley at the non-profit Add a Tree recently gave me the opportunity to write a guest blog, which I just realized was published today. 110 more words

Enchanting Adventure

Karen Wan reblogged this on Writing Your Destiny and commented:

Just want to share a link to a guest blog that I did for the Chicago non-profit Add a Tree. My post is called Travels with my Family, a Tree Story, which happens to be a good mother's day blog coincidentally. Have a great week!