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This year, I decided to start writing daily. The most in-your-face way I can think of is doing it manually. A person can always shut down a laptop. With the screen closed, you might not even realize it’s there. And … Continue reading

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I honestly don’t understand how some published authors are so prolific. Especially mind boggling are those who have small children, businesses or day jobs, health problems, and the like. My life (especially the last few months) is at times so … Continue reading

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Day Five of National Novel Writing Month. After a quick start for Days One and Two, Real Life reared an ugly head and put a temporary kabosh on my NaNoWriMo goals. All you fledgling writers out there participating in this … Continue reading

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Somehow, I have managed to carve out six entire days of writing in the last week. I’m not exactly sure how this is possible. I’ve spent the last two and a half months running around southeastern Michigan like a headless … Continue reading

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Today I finally decided to check my status on Book Baby to gauge the progress of Virtually Yours. Yes, I am the most lackadaisical writer/author you’ll ever meet. I’m not one of those who clicks back and forth for a … Continue reading

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In addition to writing, I enjoy other interests. Key among them is working, although truth be told, if I were to happen upon the Lotto jackpot, I would retire from the time-sucking Day Job and write full time in a … Continue reading

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I hope everyone’s Christmas (or whatever you choose to or decline to celebrate) was merry and bright. That goes without saying. Last week, the Query Tracker blog featured a must-read post on log lines. For the new writer or others … Continue reading

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