Category: writer

Monday Motiviation – Ready, aim, write

Today’s inspiration is short, pointed and graphic. Now go WRITE

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My Alexander Day and Small Town Love

I’m having an Alexander day. A terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day where nothing goes right. I’m sure you’ve had those days too, but you may not be familiar with the term Alexander day. If not, you… Read More

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3 Necessities to be a successful writer

What does it take to be a writer? Is all you need to be a writer pen and paper or a typewriter or an iPad or laptop/computer with a word processor? Maybe all it takes is the latest… Read More

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Labor Day from a writer’s perspective

Today is Labor Day. We pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. To celebrate the writers in the workplace, I’m sharing a blog and a video about the writing process. Nathan Bransford’s blog, “The Publishing… Read More

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What Unending Devotion Means to Me and a great book release

Happy Release Day to  Jody Hedlund for Unending Devotion! High-Stakes Drama Meets High-Tension Romance In 1883 Michigan, Lily Young is on a mission to save her lost sister, or die trying. Heedless of the danger, her searches of logging… Read More

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How do you write?

It’s Monday again time to begin our writing week. I thought it would be fun to consider how other writers write (wrote). So what method will you be using to write this week? Where will you be writing?… Read More

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Remember writing book reports?

I loved writing book reports when I was in school. Still do after a fashion. Voracious reader that I am, I love to tell others about great books I read. So I’m constantly giving oral book reports in… Read More

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Writer Branding Iron Symbols – What’s Yours?

Today I’m on the porch thinking on the idea of brand. Probably too long-winded, but then it’s a lovely spring day to sit and chat. Being a Texan naturally the first image of a brand that pops into… Read More

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It’s FRIDAY FREE DAY – Being a PURPLE COW writer

Friday blog days will be silly or stream of consciousness or who knows what will strike my fancy. The idea comes from the years I taught elementary school physical education classes. Great job compared to my years of teaching reading and language arts… Read More

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