Monthly Archives: July 2014

What are you waiting for?

Originally posted on C h a z z W r i t e s . c o m:
Here are Ten Rules About No One: 1. No one is waiting for you to get your life together. They want results, not…

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How does your TBR pile stack up?

For last week’s #Fridayreads on Twitter, I tried to consolidate my TBR piles (more of a TBR shelf), and was a bit shocked at the disparate groupings: How did my fiction pile get so small?! I know that during 2006-08 … Continue reading

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Speeding clocks and grumpy bosses

Only four weeks to Killer Nashville and the preview of FORTY & OUT – who’s stealing the calendar pages?! Now that the Antioch Writers’ Workshop is over and my grades are submitted for summer term, I can focus on giving … Continue reading

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On self-doubt (fuel for writing?)

Originally posted on Being the Blog of Rebecca Kuder:
Do peregrine falcon babies experience self-doubt? I got an email from a writer friend who is working on a complicated memoir. She is stuck in the process. In her email, she described the…

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AWW defies physics…continues to out-do itself!

Ever since my first visit to the Antioch Writers’ Workshop in 2009, I’ve been convinced that the inspiration-packed week in July couldn’t possibly get any better. I’m always wrong. Maybe I’m a slow learner, but I don’t think so. AWW, … Continue reading

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An auspicious countdown begins

Six weeks and counting! In just six short weeks (forty-two days…life, the universe, and everything – look it up!), I’ll be arriving at the fantastic writers’ conference known as Killer Nashville. Not only do I look forward to meeting Clay … Continue reading

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Walking with the Humble Essayist

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
Essayist Steve Harvey has launched a fascinating new project this week, a site titled The Humble Essayist wherein he will feature the “Paragraph of the Week,” highlighting a paragraph from a renowned or…

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