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eva-lesko-natiello's picture
Jan.31.2014
Today I'm guest blogging over at changeitupediting.com. Come on over and read Think Small, advice for anyone who wants to write more this year but just doesn't seem to have the time. Stop waiting for the perfect time to write a novel, story, blog post or sentence. It doesn't exist. click here:...
terry-spear's picture
Jan.31.2014
7 Mar Book Hounds 10 Mar What’s on the Book Shelf 12 Mar Ramblings from This Chick 14 Mar Books n Kisses 17 Mar The Reading Cafe 18 Mar Maniac Manga’s Cafe 20 Mar Fresh Fiction 25 Mar Redheads Do it Better 27 Mar Bitten by Books 28 Mar Sia McKye’s Thoughts over Coffee 31 Mar Joyfully...
stephen-evans's picture
Jan.30.2014
My left shoe is untied. It has become untied before. Perhaps this is because I am right-handed and it is harder to tie my left shoe. Possibly this is a symptom of a serious neurological condition known as Left-Shoe-Tying Disorder.  I have LSTD.  I wonder if there is an LSTD support group...
terry-spear's picture
Jan.30.2014
Another  bear finished for another order! Two more to go! Plus, I have to ship these today. And I was super excited to see the female cardinal feeding on one of the bird feeders my mother had out, which makes it even more special for me. Right behind the cardinal, you can see the bunny's...
michael-seidel's picture
Jan.29.2014
I'm reading a cozy, Still Life, by Louise Penny.  It's a light read, interesting and I've gone through about a third of the book.  I can't help reading it as a writer.  The jumps in point of view surprise me.  I ask my wife about it;  "I have no problem with it," she says...
victoria-m-johnson's picture
Jan.29.2014
Do you ever feel like you are traveling on a thin wire trying to balance what’s in your heart versus what’s in your brain? I know you do! This balancing act is especially tricky for writers I think because we deal with matters of the heart (emotions) in our writing and we also think while we’re...
terry-spear's picture
Jan.29.2014
 I'd like to say I am female version of Richard Castle, author teamed up with a beautiful homicide detective, only in my case, with a hunky Highlander from Scotland Yard, or maybe a JAG agent in the jaguar shifter world, or following the Silver Brothers around to help with anything they...
edward-averill's picture
Jan.27.2014
Not original, I admit, but Douglas Adms is one of my inspirations, so there! After many a session with my teacher the truth comes out - I'm not a commerical writer.  I can't stick to genre fiction, I can't drop into a nice easily placed description, and my target audience is about 10 people -...
jill-jepson's picture
Jan.27.2014
Recently, I’ve been posting quite a bit about procrastination. The gist of my posts has been that procrastination has been given a bad rap. It actually serves some important purposes, like giving us time to think, generate ideas, come up with solutions, and simply rest. Quite a few readers have...
michael-seidel's picture
Jan.27.2014
Suffered from Writer's Euphoria yesterday (Sunday).  Excellent writing and editing session.  Edited and polished the final chapters anew and thoroughly enjoyed it.  Ended up on a high spark of energy and elation.  But then, what can be done for an encore? Sunday was a beautiful...