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Wrapping Up 2017 — Year in Review

When you’re over 50, you realize time travel is a thing. When bad things happen, when you lose people, you realize your life consists more of reliving memories than making new ones. You also realize that some things will never … Continue reading

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Why You Should Be Reading Flash Fiction

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Kyle Massa Just like the name implies, flash fiction is short enough to read in an instant. But if you’re not reading it, here’s why you should be. Opinions vary on…

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Wrapping Up the A to Z Challenge — Did You Survive? | #AtoZChallenge

Today the Blogging from A to Z Challenge for April 2017 wrapped up with the final post: Letter Z. Links to each letter of the alphabet, comments, and blogs who took part in the Challenge can be found here. If … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Development of a Writing Space

Development of a Writing Space . . . by Mandy Eve-Barnett We see articles and blog posts in regard to ‘writing spaces’ and it can either spur us on to create our own or make us feel we are lacking. … Continue reading

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One Lovely Blog Award

I am honoured to be nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award by the witty and crafty writer and blogger J.J. Azar. First, a few things about J.J. He has only recently joined the WordPress community, yet his list of … Continue reading

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10 Tips For Editing Your Short Story

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Writer in Wedges So you have written your short story and cannot wait to release it into the world. But before doing that, it is important to take some extra time…

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StumbleUpon Follow-Up: The Results Look Like This

Less than two weeks ago, author and blogger Dan Alatorre posted an informative article about how to use StumbleUpon (3 Ways StumbleUpon Can Get YOU Noticed), which I reblogged here. Go over there right now and check out the screenshots … Continue reading

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Blogger Recognition Award

I was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by P.S. It’s Peri. Thank you, Peri, for this honour, and congratulations to you for winning this award. Peri noticed there weren’t many blogs from a home-schooled student’s point of view, so … Continue reading

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3 Ways StumbleUpon Can Get YOU Noticed

Dan Alatorre We writer types need to be seen and read or we don’t really exist, right? StumbleUpon is pretty simple to use and doesn’t have to take up a lot of your time, but done properly it’ll get you … Continue reading

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I’m Writing, So Here’s My Upcoming Blog Schedule

I’m writing and revising for a fall deadline, so my blog post schedule is adjusting to accommodate my two projects. I’m also back at work, and mine is a pretty intense job. Tomorrow, I’m reblogging Dan Alatorre’s post about the … Continue reading

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