Write Your Way to Understanding

If you think you know what you think about something, write about it. You may be surprised at what you discover. I thought I knew what I thought about my desk (pretty much nothing) until I wrote about three objects that inhabit my desktop. Not only was I surprised at how the three were connected, […]

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Today Oct 9 – Grab 18 Great Books for $.99 each

Sometimes, self-publishing seems completely overwhelming. There’s so much to learn and not enough time to do it. What if you could learn it all and get a ton of cheap self-publishing resources all in a single day? March to a Bestseller 3 is a one-day sale on books for authors, but it’s so much more. […]

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[Challenge] One More Visit to Emily Dickinson

The first stanza of one of Emily Dickinson’s poems reads: The sky is low, the clouds are mean, A travelling flake of snow Across a barn or through a rut Debates if it will go. Your challenge is to use the first two lines of Emily’s work but replace the last two with your own. Good […]

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Writing Themes for July

Canada Day is July 1, Independence Day July 4, and Bastille Day July 14.  Canada Day celebrates the merging of three colonies into a country,  July 4 the 1776 signing of the Declaration of Independence, and July 14 the beginning of the French Revolution. Do you think that July has a little something special in […]

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