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Saturday Summation – 11 August 2012

I’m a bit behind on some of my regular reading this week, so any fabulous things from there may show up next week instead, but I still have a few other things that cropped up and stuck with me: Writing … Continue reading

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Saturday Summation – 04 August 2012

Just three tidbits for you this week: Writing Stuff: Author Laurie Halse Anderson has started up her Write Fifteen Minutes a Day challenge again for the month of August. I love the simplicity of the idea and she offers daily … Continue reading

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Innocent Bystanders May Become Characters

My 10-year old son started writing a book this year. I can’t imagine where he got the idea. He’s got big plans for it and will likely see it published before anything of mine ever sees print. That kid has … Continue reading

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Sampler Sunday Drivel…Drabble… well… Something

I think I went almost an entire week without writing. This has happened frequently over the past couple of months and even when I think I’m okay with it, I get to a day like today where I have a … Continue reading

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Diversionary Tactics

STUCK. I’ve been there. It’s a popular place to be. But it’s kind of like diet popular or sagging pants popular – you don’t really want to be there and it isn’t comfortable at all. And yet, as writers (of … Continue reading

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