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Painting the Walls White

I once worked at an advertising firm that used free lance graphic designers. One of them told me that he owed his success to the fact that he could work out his designs anywhere he found himself. 584 more words

Stories From A Life Long Lived

Thursday's Thot (08/27/15)

“May your library be a quarry that you mine for wisdom, a field that you harvest for sustenance, and a well that you tap for nourishment.”

-Milo Self


Why Outsource Content to Professional Writers?

Why Outsource Content to Professional Writers?

Valuable Content Marketing Co-Author and Valuable Content Expert, Sonja Jefferson, once said, “Content is the new connection between your customers and your company.” … 742 more words


Writing & Loneliness

“If you’re lonely when you’re alone, you’re in bad company.”
~Jean-Paul Sartre

In The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote, “The loneliest moment in someone’s life is when they are watching their whole world fall apart, and all they can do is stare blankly.” This is what writing my dissertation feels like many days.

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#NewAgent Team Contemporary

I know now what it’s like to be on the other side of a competition. I did Query Kombat, and that in itself was excruciating. Trying to pick four people out of an amazing array of queries and first 250’s is just insane. 193 more words


A Tribute to Len Fulton . . . and his Small Press Review

Last week I received an email from Susan Fulton Raymond and Kathleen Glanville, editor and publisher of the The Small Press Review, that the May-June 2015 issue would be the final publication from the magazine.  635 more words


Summer Progress

Summer plans have been largely restricted to completing my dissertation.  The carousel forever goes round… I’m constantly struggling with finding that perfect balance between argument and narrative, especially with some chapters which seem to see-saw from one to the other.  502 more words

Work Report / Progress