Monthly Archives: February 2016

BOOK BUYERS BEWARE!

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WHERE DID THE TIME GO?

I’ve been asking myself the question “Where did the time go?” for the past several days. I know the answer. I just don’t like it. And I don’t know how to control it. Take this morning, for example. I planned to … Continue reading

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Drawing a Blank Can Be A Good Thing

Better than a destructive, bridge-burning eruption! In early 2015 I wrote about the value of having multiple impartial parties critique and edit your writing. You, as the writer, are too close to see your writing clearly. At the time, I had just … Continue reading

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20 Tips For Writing a Captivating Short Story (Part 1)

Source: 20 Tips For Writing a Captivating Short Story (Part 1) Thank you to A Writer’s Path blog for this useful piece!

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What Will Be Your Story for 2016?

Source: What Will Be Your Story for 2016?

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VALUE OF TAKING TIME OFF

Studies have shown that people who take periodic vacations – and give themselves permission to leave work behind during those vacations – are more productive than people who slog along no matter how tired or fried they are. That doesn’t … Continue reading

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BLOGGING, TECHNOLOGY, and BALANCE

Seems like an odd combination of words for a title, huh? Read on and you will understand. True confession: I am technologically challenged. I can do basics…very basics, that is. My husband even thinks I am a computer wiz. But … Continue reading

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