Monthly Archives: May 2013

Bridging the Publishing Abyss

Psychologists call it an approach-approach conflict, being torn between two equally attractive choices. Although it’s supposedly the easiest of internal conflicts, I struggled with it a couple of weeks ago. Should I go to the SC Book Festival or attend … Continue reading

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Ten Thousand Hours

I’m jumping right into a continuation of Friday’s post on writing tips. Granted, I’m a novice, but I have picked up some excellent advice over the past couple of years and am willing to share it.  Perhaps it will help … Continue reading

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Answering Rosa’s Question

Our conversation went something like this. I say “something like this” because I’m not so  hot at dialogue, and my memory is imperfect. So is everyone’s, but that’s a story for another day. “How do you go about writing a … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Photography 101

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
Here, we focus on the art and craft of blogging — sharing tips to write more and better, hosting writing challenges to push ourselves and polish our craft, and establishing a space to interact…

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Writing Addiction

I have to make this snappy…and short. My husband thinks I’m hiding a secret addiction as I remain secreted away upstairs in my FROG (Family Room Over Garage). You might already what that acronym means, but I defined it just … Continue reading

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