Monthly Archives: February 2016

WEEDING OUT WEAK WORDS

At a book festival a couple of years ago, a fellow writer picked up one of my books and commented, “I don’t know how you fiction writers do it…so many words!” Keith, you see, is a poet. “Yes, we write … Continue reading

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I LOVE WRITING!

Merry Hill Brown:  “Why do I write? For mornings like today. I’m nearing the end of the third book in my Four Families series and just figured out what’s really going on with a major story line, spanning all three … Continue reading

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GOOD INTENTIONS

I welcomed 2016 with a list of personal resolutions, among them:  exercise daily. As a writer, I do most of my work in front of a computer. Sounds like a rather sedentary lifestyle, doesn’t it? I have to be deliberate … Continue reading

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