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No Room for Excuses.

No excuses regarding getting writing done each day, and no excuses when it comes to exercise. A little bit every day…

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Find and Develop Your Story Idea

Extraordinary stories can come from an ordinary, routine event. I was playing with my Wii Fit machine, a weekly morning routine for me, when it occurred to me that the Wii Fit instructor’s mouth wasn’t in synchronization with what he was saying…

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Home Again, Naturally.

I’m happy to be back home with one of my best furry feline friends, Sam, 171/2. This photo was taken late last night after a long day flying home. My arms are sore 😉 Today, I’ve been writing down my main goals for the year, and at this point, I have some (potentially?) bad news.… Continue reading Home Again, Naturally.

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Sometimes You Write Crap Every Day.

One of the things I love most about my job is helping to encourage other authors. I’ve been writing for a living for 20 years now (wow!) and I’ve learned a few things along the way.

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Thoughts from a train headed to Kingston (Ontario. Not Jamaica. Sigh.)

Talk about premature publication. That previous post was published accidentally, when my train lurched forward and my wrist hit a button. Seconds later WordPress informed me, “Congrats! You’ve published a post!” and I had to rush around the Net doing damage control on my post already posted to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr… It proves my point… Continue reading Thoughts from a train headed to Kingston (Ontario. Not Jamaica. Sigh.)

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Tell Your Inner Critic to Take a Hike!

My last guest post for my Strangely, Incredibly Good blog tour is about telling your inner critic to take a hike. Come check it out at Chick Lit Club!