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Harnessing Your Writer’s Imagination

More company and I’m excited to welcome Jane Carver to the porch today. She’s talking about imagination. One of my favorite topics since my imagination tends to run full throttle. Harnessing Your Writer’s Imagination As a writer, my imagination creates… Read More

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Don’t look down!

Welcome with me our first guest blogger for Company’s Coming Thursday. Her thoughts on life resonate with me. I’m thinking they will with you too. Don’t look down! by Jody Payne Don’t look down. But it’s okay if… Read More

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Tips for Living With a Writer – One Word Wednesday

Okay so that’s more than one word, but I saw this neat graphic on writerswriter.com and had to share. Living with a writer is not easy. Or maybe I should say, living with writer me is not easy…. Read More

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Are you a Pogo Writer?

A writing career is different from other occupations. A writer has to make up their route to success. There’s no policy and procedure manual, no checklist for success. What to do and how to do it is solely… Read More

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Dates Trigger Emotions So Should Your Writing: 5 Ways to Write for Emotional Impact

Years after something happens, whether we were part of the event or not, we recall and react. I sent out a questionnaire to friends and family asking them to recall dates that spark memories. The responses were surprising… Read More

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ONE WORD WEDNESDAY – Finished!

All I can add to Hemmingway’s quote is AHEM! I finished the prequel to my debut novel, The Pendant’s Promise last spring. The sense of relief – wonderful. The shout of hallelujah probably heard round the world. Then my… Read More

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Primal Branding your Author Brand – Conclusions

Brand is both a noun and a verb. The verb suggests you do something to be branded. Once you publish a book, a writer is automatically branded, but branding is a fluid, ongoing process. The techniques of primal branding… Read More

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