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Enslaved by Business: An Epic of a Lost Blogger

Enslaved by Business: A Epic of a Wayward Blogger 1 Not so long ago, in the town WordPress 2 Lived a teacher who dreamed of being more 3 During the summer vacation he planned 4 To once more become an … Continue reading

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I Hate Editing

I’m supposed to be editing my final draft. I hate it. I would rather blog about how I hate editing than edit. So, here I am. It’s good though. I’ve come a long way. I literally used to argue with … Continue reading

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Goodbye July

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! July was a great month for me as a writer. I finished the final draft of The Sureshot and managed to blog at least twice a week, every week, for the entire month on … Continue reading

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The Story Grid

This last year I read the “Story Grid” by Shawn Coyne and it was invaluable in a few ways. I highly recommend any writer or aspiring writer to read it as well. It absolutely helped me feel more secure in … Continue reading

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Writing tip: Outline

As soon as people heard that I was a published writer (for whatever that’s worth) I had a number of people tell me they too had an idea for a story and wanted to be a writer. First of all, … Continue reading

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Writing tip: He said she said

In my classroom whenever I assign writing I see “said” used a lot and some poor writing habits that I may spend some time addressing in this blog. But I’ve made them all when I was growing as a writer … Continue reading

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