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Should You Write Every Day?

I was at a gathering of writers last night (Portlanders, we meet every last Monday of the month for Literary Libations, join us) and Angela Sanders, an accomplished mystery writer who is doing very well with her books (can you say number one on all Kindle sales?) was talking about her career. Angela talked about […]

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How Are You Doing on 2013 Goals?

I'm working on a post for Thursday that will appear here and go out in my newsletter as well.  It's about the advent of autumn and ways to jumpstart your creativity and writing for the remaining months of the year. As I wrote, I realized something:  we've got a little more than three months until […]

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All Things in Good Time

To everything, there is a season.  (Can't write that without hearing Turn! Turn! Turn! in my head.  See below.) It's important not to rush.  And yet, sometimes, things (like writing) happen really fast. I'm just full of fun paradoxes today. Don't Rush This post's impetus grew from an email conversation I was having with a […]

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Time and the Writer

Last week, in at least most of the United States, we set our clocks back one hour in order to return from Daylight Savings time to standard time, which means that it gets darker earlier (I personally love this) in the evening and lighter earlier in the morning (sort of).  It also means, on the […]

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