Contact Me!

I love hearing from my readers.  Feel free to stay in touch with me in any of the following ways:

Comments.  Don’t be shy, I love getting comments on my blog.  Blogging is all about a conversation, so join ours.

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  1. Frank Anderson

    Hey Charlotte,

    I love the blog and was wondering if you were looking for contributing authors? I know you get a ton of emails, so I’ll get right down to it and pitch some ideas for articles I’d like to write for the site:

    E-mbracing E-books: Homeschooling Finds Digital Literature Useful
    Book reviews – “violated online”

    If any of those sound interesting to you let me know and I’ll starting writing it.

    -Frank Anderson
    reliable. scalable. secure.

  2. Hello Friend,

    Yes, I ‘d love to know what you are reading. I currently in The Cloud of Unknowing so right up my alley. And – when are you coming back to Nashville?
    Love this post and am using it (with all due credit of course) for Clearstory show next week!


  3. Karen, thank you!I’m working on making it easier to navigate some of the older posts. In the meantime, you can hit the archive links on the lower right. And thank you so much for coming by–I know you’ve got your wonderful novel to work on!

  4. For some odd reason (I’m guessing my computer is dying of old age) I could not comment on a post I “borrowed” from you, for my blog. I just wanted you to know I had done so, with credit given, and a link to your blog. I have enjoyed your blog and am still going through the archives! Thank you so much for your inspiration and assistance!

  5. Hello Charlotte..
    I have ten years teaching experience and now am a mother two beautiful children.I would like to earn from home working online.Can you help me .

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  8. Hey there!

    I gave your name out to two of my friends who are writers – we met briefly at the Women’s Expo, would like to touch base in person either on the phone or via Facebook chat or something where I can see your face if possible 🙂 I am building my network and think I have many writers that could use your help..home with a broken leg until 6/1 so I am doing as much as possible from home right now…hoping to hear back from you!!!

  9. Howdy Charlotte! I’m now having the chance to peruse your site, read blogs, & “bookmark” various things I’d really like to look into & chat with you further about. I’m so glad we met this week on twitter & I’m sure we’ll be chatting on a regular basis…PLUS, we’ll have some fun!

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  13. Charles Gooden

    I have a book in ready form for a ghost writer to help complete. Its my story /inspirational novel to my kids about life. Please contact via email

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  15. I just used one of your prompts to start my morning writing and easily went over the 500 word mark. The prompt was: the best way to start over. It had nothing to do about starting over, but it was about one of my favorite characters in my WIP.

    Thanks for the post!

  16. I had to get a new format for the blog for Google's mobile requirements.  The prompts are on hiatus.  But I write a prompt a day (and there are already nearly 300 of them collected, here: Those are fresher than the ones I had here.  I'm still figuring out the new design, and need to find a place to list things like that.

  17. Charlotte, I’m thrilled about the January writing retreat, but didn’t see the cost, or did I miss it?


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