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Writers write!

Writing book-length fiction or non-fiction is a big job. So often I hear, “I have an idea for a book. I’m going to write it one day.” I would love to know how many of the people who have told … 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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Daily Writing Increases Creativity … and Another Thank You

My parents used to have Happy Hour at 4:30 pm everyday. They’d have a drink while talking over their day. Around 4:15 pm, they would both begin to think and prepare for Happy Hour. They skipped their ritual on very … Continue reading

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Practical uses for your journal

For any skill that we use in life, practice is needed to bring it to higher and higher levels of expertise. Of course, this is true of writing. Although many people say they’ve always wanted to write a book, few … Continue reading

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Learn the craft of writing.

You’ve had that book title and idea in your mind for ages. Finally, you have decided to write. Once the decision is made, you’ll want to get started and you won’t want to stop. Halfway into the book, or maybe … Continue reading

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