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Writers Running on Adrenaline

What fuel are you running on? Many writers these days are frantically running from place to place, working too many hours, volunteering for too many projects, working nights and weekends hoping for approval. On top of that, in order to … Continue reading

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Combine Babies and Bylines

  I started writing when I had an infant, a two-year-old, and a preschooler. I wrote throughout their school years, their teen years, their college/adult years, and now full circle when I am babysitting grandkids. The (survival) skills you need … Continue reading

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Key #1: Have a Reason to Write

[First read Part 1 of the series called "Writing in Flow to Make Writing Fun."] The first key that Susan K. Perry mentions in Writing in Flow is this: have a reason to write. I’m going to break this into … Continue reading

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Writing in Flow to Make Writing Fun

One of my writing goals for 2015 is learning how to recapture the “fun” of writing. I love having a writing career and being published, but sometimes I long for the days when it was more¬†enjoyable to write. I remember … Continue reading

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Writerholics in Disguise

Did you know that, contrary to popular belief, workaholics (and the sub-group writerholics) don’t work all the time? In fact the term can describe… “…any person who is driven to do too much, whether that person works sixty hours a … Continue reading

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