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Merging

I was driving on the freeway yesterday, when a car approaching on an on ramp didn't know how to merge correctly.  You know the kind–they don't anticipate where you are already on the road and adjust their speed accordingly.  This driver just plowed along ahead, oblivious. I honked the horn and yelled slammed on my […]

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Putting Joy Back Into It

I've been slogging through the "final" rewrite of my novel lately.   Its a funny thing with working on a long extended piece over time, such as a novel or a memoir.  You rearrange one chapter and this rearrangement uncovers other things that need attention.  Thus, more work and more rewriting. As the days I've allotted […]

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Techniques for Writing Flow

The Big, Scary Beast and the Ancient, Frail Feline are both asleep (in separate rooms, I might add) and so I have a moment to ponder techniques to keep access to the muse alive and well.  This is on my mind because at the recent Loft orientation, my fellow mentor and old friend Betsy Woods […]

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