Tag Archives: Writers Resources

That’s One Point of View


“My turn of mind is so given to taking the absurd point of view, that it breaks out in spite of me every now and then.”         Lord Byron “A point of view can be a dangerous luxury … Continue reading

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Are you a poet, but don’t know it…a writing exercise


When I was a kid, children could be…well…mean.  No one called it bullying then but after I lived in a rural area and helped out on a neighbor’s farm I realized children had taken a page from nature, at least … Continue reading

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In Pursuit of the Perfect


I don’t know if I have any friends or readers left, having abandoned this blog for such a long time. How can it be five months? I stopped blogging to try to pour myself into my last edit of The … Continue reading

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Helping life make sense and making sense of Life.


Joan Didion said, “I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.”  But you don’t need to be “an author” to do … Continue reading

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Not All Blogs Are Created Equal…


I don’t think I have posted this before but I happened on this when researching query letters… Nathan Bransford is a children’s book author and former agent. This site has great links and everything you ever wanted to know on … Continue reading

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