Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Help Just Might Help

I am a hypocrite. While I hope it may be to most of you, this is not a revelation to me. However, I was unexpectedly reminded of this fact at an unlikely place this week, a meeting of my fabulous … Continue reading

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The People Outside of my Head (Oh yeah, there are some)

Well, I’m just back from the Write! Canada conference and, as usual, my head is spinning. I am way over the limit on information, and way under the limit for sleep (is there a limit for sleep?) I am going to … Continue reading

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The Best Revenge

No one ever said the writing business is easy … But here are some really great reasons to keep going when you feel like giving up. The following list is reprinted from Schuler Books Weblogs, and I hope you find … Continue reading

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Stick it to Me!

Until I had sons, I had no idea how many uses there were for a stick. Here are at least ten ways that I have witnessed these little wooden wonders being used: 10 – Scepters 9 – Spoons/Shovels for mud            … Continue reading

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Are You Following Me?

I have followers. And I’m having a bit of a hard time wrapping my mind around this fact. For starters, I am enormously uncomfortable with the term. It seems to be so randomly and indiscriminately applied these days, when to … Continue reading

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2011 – The Year We Make Contact(s)

There are lots of things you can do to improve as a writer – take classes, go to workshops, join a writer’s group, get feedback from peers and professionals, and read one of the hundreds of great books out there … Continue reading

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