Category Archives: writing group

How to lose your audience in 3…2…1

The first rule of writing is easy.  Don’t bore your readers.  If a writer is tortured trying to think of the proper words when writing, the reader probably is, too.  Most writers learn that immediately upon entering into serious authorship. … Continue reading

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Every Day

What’s the secret to your success?  Every author stands at the edge of the great ocean of Amazon books and looks longingly at those few top sellers and wonders.  “Why are they selling?”   I’m wading in.  I’ve gotten off the … Continue reading

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The Writing Process Blog Tour

I’d like to thank Tria Reed for inviting me to participate in the Writing Process Tour. Currently at work on an inspirational novel that follows the spiritual path of a stone-age heroine, Tria also writes extensively about spontaneous meditation. Her … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Writing Group Revisions

Many of us who write have also found a group of like-minded people willing to listen to our stories, memoirs, and poems and share their knowledge in improving those pieces. I have a binder dedicated to the meetings full of … Continue reading

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Writing Groups

  I’ve heard both ends of the spectrum when it comes to writing groups.  Some people say they will kill your fire, some say they will keep it alive.  I’m looking forward to meeting with mine this weekend, and without … Continue reading

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