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A Novel-Writing Vision Board

  I'm in the midst of a marketing program given by Christine Kane, and she talks some in it about vision boards.  A blog post that she did on creating vision boards comes up first when you do a google search for the words, which is some strong google juju, let me tell you. So […]

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The Writer’s Loft at MTSU

The Writer's Loft at MTSU. That, my friends, is a link to the awesome video that Janet Wallace just made for the Writer's Loft.  (Check out her blog post that also features the video.) I haven't written about the Writer's Loft in quite awhile.  The Writer's Loft is the distance writing program I co-direct in […]

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A Successful Writing Life

Last week at the Fall Writer's Loft orientation, we held a panel on The Writing Life.  I moderated, and mentors Bill Brown, David Pierce, and Linda Busby Parker participated.  It was a freewheeling and wide-ranging discussion, as I'd hoped.  Since I was moderating, I scribbled notes, just in case the conversation lagged and I needed […]

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I Confess

I cannot tell a lie, because you have no doubt noticed, but I am a blogging slacker. Two weeks ago I headed to Nashville for the Writer's Loft fall orientation.   This was a big to-do because it was the first actual orientation that my partner Terry and I planned since we took over the program.  […]

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