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Dribbles, Drabbles, and Flashes

  I’ve wanted to write flash fiction since the first time I heard it mentioned. Problems were that (1) I’m not really a fiction writer and (2) no one could tell me exactly what flash fiction was. It was double … Continue reading

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Text or Visit?

“I hope you can think of something to write about,” my husband said as he left this morning. “Are you kidding?” I asked. “My mind is a jumble of things I want to write about. The problem is getting it … Continue reading

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Pier Encounter

A few months ago, one of my daughters and I were discussing my Facebook author page, and she diplomatically informed me that if I wanted people to like and follow it, I needed to add new information more regularly AND … Continue reading

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Watch That Word Count!

See if you think this post is any different from my earlier ones. I just finished reading The Shy Writer Reborn by Hope Clark, and she’s changed the way I look at blogging. Creator of the website FundsforWriters.com, author of the … Continue reading

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Misspellings and Gerunds

I always enjoy meeting with my writing group. Well, it’s not my group in terms of ownership.  Rather, it’s a group composed of writers at various stages along the path of publication. One of our members, Brenda Remmes, just had … Continue reading

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Get a Website, Get a Website!

In our writing group, we’ve often talked about how to get one’s work out there without becoming annoying. How can a person market his or her book, jewelry, or photography business without hitting people over the head? To be honest, … Continue reading

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Algorithms and Popularity Lists

For the past couple of years, I’ve been a part of a writer’s group with a mission and an agenda for every meeting. We begin by talking shop about the goings-on in the state organization, SCWW, and then we chat … Continue reading

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Pictures Add Soul

I wrote  Crossing the Bridge: Succeeding in a Community College and Beyond for one   reason, the desire to help students succeed during and after college. Of all the positive things about teaching, the students top the list. Working with people … Continue reading

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Three Questions

First question: Is there anyone out there who doesn’t know about my eBook on how to succeed in two-year colleges? I feel like I’ve been yakking about it for so long  that any and everyone who knows me is aware … Continue reading

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Ask Questions

On my next book revision, I’m including a reminder to students to stay in touch with their teachers and to ask questions about their progress. Without hounding them to death or saying things like, “I have to get an A to get in the nursing program,” students need to communicate with their teachers.
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