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robert-earle's picture
Let's try to get it right this time.
michael-seidel's picture
Man, I love being older.  I look back at that sixteen year old that I was and think, you poor thing.  You haven't seen and done all the things that I've done. Sure, you have more hair on your head but I have more hair on my body.  You're skinnier but I'm bigger.  You can...
rina-macasaet's picture
There remains a blind spot in my life and I am not sure what to make of it.  I know that when I am driving a quick turn of my head can figure out if there is another vehicle or none in my blind spot. In my life, no amount of turning my head left or right, even stopping to make a 180-degree turn...
kate-faaborg's picture
I know that I cannot please everyone. I have tried to raise three sons to believe in themselves and to not worry about pleasing everyone else. A lesson I learned and have relearned many times in life is that to attempt to please everyone pleases no one, so you have to please yourself and at least...
midge-raymond's picture
As many of you know, I send out a writing exercise in each issue of my free e-newsletter for writers. In the spirit of the new year — looking back, looking ahead — here it is: Write a review of your current project (i.e., your novel, a poem, a story, etc.). Take a step back from the work and try to...
balthazar-rodrigue-nzomono-balenda's picture
As you all know, I am an author and as an author, it's important that I value what the customer wants and make sure that I satify his/her needs. It's not any differen from booking business. When I published my books, I wasn't realizing that there were curcial mistakes that ought to be avoid. I made...