DON’T OVERTHINK IT. Just write, and let your thoughts flow. You can go back and edit later. The best dialogue is natural, not forced.
My new business cards from Moo.com are so much fun! Love how they and their lovely card holders (which come free with the cards) are sourced from paper from sustainable forests and recycled pulp. Even the four, red order reference cards aren’t wasted. Instead, they have fun sayings on them like “I like your shoes.”… Continue reading A Face and a Name
Leap, from the author of Where the Butterflies Go, is available for purchase at Lulu.com and Amazon stores worldwide. It’s also available on Kindle, Kobo, iBooks, and where all fine ebooks are sold. You can also order an autographed copy via Paypal. Contact the author at email@example.com. Half the proceeds from sales go to Hearts… Continue reading An Interview with Heather Grace Stewart
THREE SPACES 5.0 out of 5 stars A self-contained trilogy of insight in microcosm and macro-wisdom January 16, 2014 By Carl J Dubois Format:Paperback|Amazon Verified Purchase The concept of “Three Spaces” is more genius than appears at first glance. Public Space and Personal Space are prelude and context for Cyberspace, and they set up beautifully… Continue reading Another Five Star Review for Three Spaces!
-In edits this month and next for my novel Strangely, Incredibly Good (more news on that from my new publisher next week!) -Negotiating sale of poem ‘The Day You Looked Me In The Eyes’ (Three Spaces) to Oxford U. Press! It will be used for a teacher’s resource guide to teach their UK syllabus; anticipated… Continue reading What I’m Up To When I’m Not Tweeting/on Facebook
I’m thrilled to learn that my blog had 21,000 views this year, because I have to admit, I haven’t been focusing my time on creating many blog posts or links to my blog. I’ve been focusing my time on WRITING, and then when I have free time, I’ve created Facebook page posts, because so many… Continue reading 2013 in Review (THANK YOU READERS for All Your Blog Visits!)
My brother in law passed away last week from a rare, fast-growing form of cancer. I mourned, and I wrote sad poetry, and I supported my husband who flew to BC to support his family, and I tried to hold myself together for our 8-year-old. And then I just said screw it, and spent an… Continue reading No One Will Retweet This.