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Something for You

We have a great special for our readers today and tomorrow—you can download our free e-book, Prompted to Write from Amazon.  The book includes many unique writing prompts, helpful hints and quotes from writers.  Click below for your copy.  If … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Communication

It used to be communicating with someone meant looking across the table and speaking or picking up a pen and thoughtfully writing ribbons of words onto beautiful hand or machine made paper.  Later on, thanks to Mr. Bell, it entailed … Continue reading

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Everyone Is A Writer — Sometimes

It’s true. You may not agree with that statement. You may not want to be a full-time WRITER writer, but you are a writer. Or at least you should be.There is not one among us who does not love receiving … Continue reading

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Did She Say Deadline?

Born two months premature, I could wear a tea cup for a hat and my first clothes previously fit a baby doll. As I grew older my dad used to say, “Susan was born early and has been late ever … Continue reading

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Less Mess

“It’s a beautiful day,” says hubby. “Let’s wash windows.” “Wait, did you say windows?” said I. “The sun is shining. All is well in the Universe. And our windows need washing. Where’s the vinegar?” He grinned an irritating grin. “ … Continue reading

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Spring Writer’s Retreat

The four of us drove to a cottage in a town not far from where the Mississippi and Illinois rivers join for a weekend writer’s retreat. What an awesome setting and a great time we had! There was much laughter … Continue reading

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Still the Winter of Discontent

Someone forgot to tell the clouds it is spring. We awoke this morning to an inch of snow on the grass. Not on the concrete or asphalt of the streets, mind you, just the grass. The children are not going to … Continue reading

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