Monthly Archives: June 2012

Learning Something New

One of the blogs I follow shared this great video about the process it takes to actually a publish a book. Now, this is not the “from first [..]

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A Writing Vacation

And by that, I mean a vacation to actually get some writing done-or in my case, some rewriting-and not a vacation from writing. I take too many of [..]

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My first post on writing advice.

Or, actually, critiquing advice. And it isn’t my advice, but something that I read that struck a chord with me so I wanted to share.

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Writers are learners and harvesters.

Before I get into this post, I want to share the video which inspired this entry. If you haven’t seen Mister Rogers Remixed by Symphony of Science’s John D. [..]

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Show Offs

Writers don’t usually come off as the most show offy (showy off?) people. In fact, they actually tend to be quite self-conscious of their craft. Or at least [..]

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So, what’s your book about?

This is usually the first question I get asked when I mention to people that I’m writing a book. It’s actually a pretty hard question to answer. I [..]

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The first few steps…

Perhaps the hardest thing about starting a blog is writing and publishing that first post. What’s a blogger supposed to write about? What am I supposed to say? [..]

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