Monthly Archives: October 2013

Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?

I didn’t get a story in The Petigru Review, the anthology of the South Carolina Writers’ Workshop, this year (grrr),but some of my photographs are included (not the ones above). Yay! I’m happy about that because I’ve realized that whether a person is … Continue reading

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Social Media Bandwagon

Attendees at yesterday’s SCWW Symposium learned quite a bit about the necessity of marketing one’s work. Whether the writer self-publishes his work or has a contract with a major publisher, he still has to “hawk his wares.” For the first … Continue reading

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LinkedIn or Goodreads?

I’m experiencing a little media overload. In fact, I’m so overwhelmed by all of my social media options that sometimes I sit paralyzed, fingers poised to type in an address but uncertain where to go first. Facebook is my favorite. … Continue reading

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More Reading than Writing

I’ve been a little slack with my writing lately. Traveling from SC to ME and back via car completely stripped me of daily routines, especially the early morning writing one. Oh sure, there’s a chronicle of daily events carefully recorded … Continue reading

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