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Finding Time to Write by Darlene Foster

Finding Time to Write You have a great idea for a book. You’ve been thinking about it for a long time, probably years. But you’re too busy with a job, kids, aging parents, volunteer work and life in general. So … Continue reading

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If My Head Spins Any More, I’ll Need a Priest . . . Or Sacrificial Pizzas

Bigger fan of the son than the video, but I might just need the latter to grow on me.  I just stumbled onto this on the radio.  Not sure how it will go over with the 1’s of people who … Continue reading

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Blog Revisit: Time Is of the Essence

Originally posted on July 8, 2014.  Knew I wrote about this once before. One thing we always wish we had is more time.  In the day, in the week, in the year, in life, etc.  This runs amazingly true with … Continue reading

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What Can You Do To Help Your Author?

I had goals before the storms hit.  Nothing major.  Write a chapter section or two.  Review an outline.  Hash out an idea or three.  Schedule some promos.  All within the realm of possibilities.  After all, a day of snow or … Continue reading

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Author Comforts: A Schedule to Keep Me Sane

This week I’m going to open the door to a few the things I use to get me through a project . . . week . . . day?  These are mostly going to be discussion-like posts since these things … Continue reading

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Dreading Your Reader

Not the person reading your book, but the WordPress Reader.  I have to admit that I’ve spent most of today trying to keep up with it.  Reading, liking, and commenting until I lose track of time.  It’s roughest in the … Continue reading

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