Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Writer Looks at 46

(To be sung to the tune of “A Pirate Looks at Forty” by Jimmy Buffet) Mother, mother blank page I have heard you call. I’ve wanted to ride on your potential since I was three feet tall. You’ve seen it … Continue reading

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Crutch Words

Today, I want to talk about something called “Crutch Words”. If you’d asked me about what those were prior to my Whirlwind* tour of conventions and writer’s retreats, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you.  I’d have had a … Continue reading

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Catching Up – Writer’s Retreat 2016

Well, this is new. A middle-of-the-week post?  My schedule got all muddled over the weekend, so here we are. Right on the heels of ConCarolinas, I went down to Beautiful Lake Wylie, North Carolina for my yearly writer’s retreat. My … Continue reading

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