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POV revisited

With regard to POV and opinion, I’ve come across too many instances in published writing where I’m right and the people (critique-ers) who say I’m not are wrong. Below is a perfect example of proving my case — from one of … Continue reading

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Romance Weekly Blog Hop — July 15 #LoveWriteChat

Thank you for hopping over from Dani Jace‘s post. This week’s questions come from the scrumptious Jo Richardson. Sorry I missed you guys last week, but it was a rare, fun holiday excursion for me, and one in which doing … Continue reading

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Compounds Conundrum

I suppose a lot of hater mail will magically appear in my in-box as a result of this post, but that’s never stopped me before. I’m noticing the misuse of compound words to mean something the word itself doesn’t. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Being Mentally Strong

I came across a few interesting articles this week, but they dealt with my issues about being introverted, moody, and inconsistent. The last one is what I need to be concentrating my efforts on in order to improve. I don’t … Continue reading

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Audience

As I continue to figure out new ways to reach new people in order to generate interest in my publication, a few things manage to stump or amuse me. This, for example, is what I found at my Smashwords account … Continue reading

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Sunday Funnies

So, today is the first day of June. (brief, quiet pause) YAY! Whoo-Hoo! Hurray! Summer is just around the corner! I’ve waited for it since last September, and here it is again, making another fabulous appearance with its heaping helpings … Continue reading

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Damitol

Actually, I refer to them as cuss words, but no one else I know does. When I use the word CUSS to refer to the mainstream utterances in everyday speech, I’m met with perplexity and sometimes giggles. I think the … Continue reading

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