Monthly Archives: June 2013

Overwhelming Publishing Choices

I’m feeling a little conflicted, overwhelmed, torn, contradictory…I’m sure there’s a few more, but you get the idea.  I feel like there’s a blizzard in my head, not of snow, but of ideas and different avenues to getting a novel … Continue reading

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Finding Writing Time

People wonder how I manage to get so much writing done.  As the mother of four children and a homeschooler, I am pretty busy, I admit.  However, these same wonderers don’t see my house.  They don’t see the dust covering … Continue reading

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Social Media: an Oxymoron

I know it’s going to sound unconventional, but I’m getting ready to blog a book. It’s unconventional for me because I don’t like most of today’s technology; like the IPad, the IPod, the Nook, and the Kindle.  I don’t ‘do’ … Continue reading

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Attack Your Weakness

In my reading this week I came across an article by a personal trainer about attacking your weakness. He was talking about focusing on an area of your body that is your weakest area. If your belly is your biggest … Continue reading

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Writing Doubts

I’m in good company.  Best-selling authors also suffer with doubts in regard to their stories, wondering if what they are doing matters to anyone else and if readers will like their stories.  I just read an article in an old … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Retreat

We’ve gone to writer’s conferences together before, a few times. But this is the first time we have gone away, just the three of us, to write.  We did it. We left Friday at 1:00 pm, stopped for a nice … Continue reading

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