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Dealing With Rough Reviews and Rejection

Guest blogging today on Carol J Forrester’s wonderful blog. The topic is something all writer can relate to–dealing with rough reviews and rejection. Here’s a snippet: Okay, I admit it! I’m a shy person. But I’m probably not the only

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5 Reasons Why The Writers’ Journey Is Still So Darn Difficult

The tulips are out, the weather is getting predictable and I am enjoying every bit of it, especially venturing out to meet with friends over lunch. Many conversations nowadays drift to my writing enterprise and this post is a result

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5 Ways An Author Can Use Pinterest

In its own words, Pinterest is “a visual discovery tool that you can use to find ideas for all your projects and interests.” If I were to explain what Pinterest was a couple of months ago, I would have said

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Free writing with Douglas Goestch

I have never felt so liberated. A few months ago, my compatriot Kathy, at the Rockville Writers Group gushed about this wonderful weekend she had spent in New Hampshire, attending a workshop on Free Writing by Douglas Goestch. She had

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How I got my 1000 words back

I do not hold myself to writing regimens too much. For me, regimens don’t always work. It stifles my creative bursts and makes me more resistant to things I try to get done in the first place. So, I have

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