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.
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My friend Steve Scott, author of more than 40 books, just launched a new podcast for writers who are interested in self-publishing. Each episode is a gem – short, to-the-point, and totally BS-free. Questions range from using pen names to building an author platform – and almost everything you can think of in between.
Follow the information below to subscribe (free) to the podcast and to submit your own questions.
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Following Chris Brogan’s “three words” idea, choose the three words that will be your central focus for 2015.
After weeks of consideration, mine are:
This was tough, as I really wanted to add far more emphasis on work projects. But these are the three that I’m going to concentrate on. I trust that someone smarter than me put them in my head.