Monthly Archives: April 2013

Writing: When to give up…

Never… That’s my answer. If you truly love writing or if you hate it, but find a moment or two of pleasure from it, don’t give up. I met an agent one time who thought it was clever that when … Continue reading

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Organizing your writing time (5 ways to make the most of the time you devote to writing)

This post is as much for me as it is for you. Facebook, Twitter, blogging, and commenting on blogs can eat up precious writing time. I can easily spend two to several hours on the computer without working on my … Continue reading

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What to do if your characters take over your plot.

Before you write, you should know this…. All authors learn this one day, but you’ll be ahead of the game if you realize that you’ll probably start out to write one book, but as you progress, the book will morph … Continue reading

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The challenge and benefit of Daily Anything

I’ve  been concentrating on painting these last couple of months.  In January, I participated in the 30 Paintings in 30 Days challenge put on by Leslie Saeta. And in March, I participated in the daily painting challenge put on by … Continue reading

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