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A Little Help Please

Have you ever had the dreaded “writer’s block?”  That difficult-to-define mood you get into when you just can’t seem to find any words that go together. I can see why it’s called the writer’s worst nightmare. Here I am again, trying to find a reason to create a blog post. Sometimes it’s really hard to … Continue reading

What Secret Ingredient Should You Use in Your Writing?

What is the reason you write? To sell? To amuse? To generate a mailing list? All of the above? You want your readers to keep coming back to your site. Or continue to read your books. So you spend valuable time at the keyboard.  Writing. Thinking. Writing. Until you come up with a great piece. … Continue reading

Do You Have the Question?

Pop Culture alert! Do you know what has a 50th anniversary today? On March 30 in 1964 the most popular * quiz show on American TV debuted. The category is: WORDS The answer is: danger of loss, harm, or failure The question is: What is JEOPARDY? Did you bet more than $1.00? Yay! You’re today’s … Continue reading

My Backstory (a temporary departure from the words thing)

People have asked me why, at the age of 59, did I decide to start a second career of freelance writing. Basically, the answer is, so that my retirement doesn’t end up being dollar microwave meals and second-hand magazines. A few years ago, I finally sat down and looked at my retirement reality. I saw … Continue reading

Word Love

I was one of those kids who loved phonics.  Sounding out words was fun for me. (I still like to look at a name and figure out how to pronounce it.) My main interests became reading and writing. Mostly reading up until a few years ago.  That’s when I decided to start a home-based business. … Continue reading

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