Category Archives: writing

Welcome to my new project

It took a writing retreat in a quaint mountain town with my fellow authors Candee Fick and Megan Menard over the Halloween weekend to kick-start a creative passion I thought the good Lord had shadowed forever. Oh, the thought of stories … Continue reading

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As The Pieces Fall Together…

Jane Choate is my guest in Seekerville today. Her topic is Writing Cut and Paste Style.   I can relate to that. My writing is all over the place needing to be hauled together and affixed with duck tape, LOL! … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

Thank you all my friends and family for being a part of my life. God places each person in everyone’s life for a purpose, so it’s no accident our paths have crossed. I am so thankful for the blessings I’ve … Continue reading

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It’s the end of January already!

How embarassinging is this? I haven’t posted since the old year… Okay, gotta remedy this. I’m back on track on and ready to dive into writing for the new year. I have a couple of projects mulling through my brain. … Continue reading

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Novel Writing Made Easy

Join me today in Seekerville where I claim I have the secret to Novel Writing Made Easy. Really, there is no such thing, but I found a awesome tool on the Internet that I think will help you out. Plus, … Continue reading

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Are you ready for that First Sale??

A good friend of mine, Tina Radcliffe, just sold her first book to Steeple Hill Love Inspired. Oh, the partying and celebration that went on in Seekerville in her honor! After years of perseverance, the dream is now firmly in … Continue reading

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Tighten Up Your Manuscript!

I’m in the final, final, final phase of editing my manuscript – well, until an editor realizes my brilliance and wants to buy it. THEN, I’ll be happy to revise and edit all they want, LOL! Anyway, as I read … Continue reading

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Truth or Not?

Yesterday, I blogged in Seekerville about screen and music personalities and what we could glean from their particular mannerisms. I had some great comments that lead to great conversations. But there was one comment in that made me stop and … Continue reading

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From Here To There – Storycrafting and Coaching for Writers Retreat

Anyone who has visited My Book Therapy Voices knows that Susan May Warren and Rachel Hauck make an extraordinary team. Now, let’s take that thought a step further. How about experiencing a writing retreat where Susan, Rachel and lots of … Continue reading

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Writing Simple

First published in CS Lewis’ Letters To Children (1956), his 5 Tips for Writers is still valid today: 1. Always try to use the language so as to make quite clear what you mean and make sure your sentence couldn’t … Continue reading

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