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Tag Archives: Writer’s life
Summertime Interruptions All it takes is one long stretch away from steady working on a project or keeping your writing muscles toned and getting back in the groove becomes a task seemingly insurmountable. This blog post, for example: … Continue reading
Facebook is a treassure trove for internet marketing and for browsing community pages. One community page I found recently is “Free Book Giveaways.” In tracing the origins of this page, I learned that it deals in many children’s books. If … Continue reading
At this time of year–the holiday season as it is called–what with Hanukka and then Christmas and New Year, many writers feel–well, unwriterly. Even writers who have stuck to a schedule throughout the year are slipping off the edge. Shopping, … Continue reading
I do wish things technical would hold off on new development while I struggle to keep up with what’s been going on already–that is to say in the past century. There is a saying among older-mature-seniors-elders or whatever we are … Continue reading