Monthly Archives: May 2014

Working on Focus

Focus Jayne, Focus. Focus is my word of the year, the word that’s supposed to be a guiding force in my thinking and behaving. When I remember it, the term works like a charm. Today I’m thinking of how focus … Continue reading

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Happy Reading

  Since I believe that good readers make good writers, I’ve been doing quite a bit of the former lately. I’ve been doing a little writing every day too, but since I’m a bit unfocused this afternoon, I’m going to … Continue reading

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How Will They Remember You?

My writing group is putting together a book of memories related to Camden. Some people are contributing holiday memories, and others are sharing nostalgic tales germane to the Kershaw and Lee County areas. If all goes according to plan, the … Continue reading

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Don’t Start with a Phone Call

This is not a rant. It’s a plea for help, for advice on how to better manage my time. Last night I tweaked a non-fiction piece to submit to The Petigru Review, a journal for members of SCWW, South Carolina … Continue reading

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