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Fear and Writing (Or, Writing in the midst of fear)

Me. 1985. A bright red Vespa. And, noveling. It’s all related, trust me. Read more HERE at Write It Sideways: When Fear is a Good Thing for Your Writing.  

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3 Pieces of Writing Advice that I Almost Missed

One of my favorite industry magazines, The Writer, never fails me, though I sometimes fall short of recognizing all that it has to offer. Sure, I dog-ear several articles in each issue, but, more often than not, I breeze through the last … Continue reading

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How to Stay Abreast of Your Writing Goals

The beginning of the year is a great time to set new goals, or cut and paste last year’s goals onto the “new” list. I mean, that’s how it works sometimes, right? We all have good intentions come January 1st, … Continue reading

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