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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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Opinion vs Knowledge

I’m writing again. And thinking some more. Taking notes as I go. Walking around the house for exercise and clearing my mind of all things negative. I’m writing once again. 🙂 Still, I can’t seem to get past the morning … Continue reading

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Old School Win

  Very pleased to announce that after several weeks of struggling to maintain some semblance of dignity, passion, and interest in my own writing after being so utterly confused by others’ versions of POV, style, and show vs. tell, my … Continue reading

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Developing a Sense of Character

In answer to re-blogged Moonstonemaiden‘s: Writing Mr. Right: Pt. Two…Actually Writing Him. char·ac·ter (noun) \ˈker-ik-tər, ˈka-rik-\ : the way someone thinks, feels, and behaves : someone’s personality – : a set of qualities that are shared by many people in a group, country, etc. … Continue reading

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