Year: 2019

SmyelinWithWhit

Weekend Chats: Smyelin With Whit

Whitney and I met in 2005, long before either of us would start writing online and a few years before she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. For the first article in the series, “Weekend Chats,” I asked Whitney a few questions about her life now. What struck me most from her responses is her optimism. …

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Weekend Chats

Weekend Chats: Telling the Stories of Amazing People

Blogging isn’t just about me sharing with you my experiences, opinions, thoughts, whatever. It is a community. A community of artists across all genres and mediums. I am humbled to be among some wonderful people, so I wanted to start featuring some of them on my little corner of the Internet. Some of these amazing …

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Why I decided to participate in NaNoWriMo

I Decided to Participate in NaNoWriMo

The year was 2015. I just quit my full-time job in June and was well on my way of creating a life of writing. Except, I wasn’t writing all that much. Then, I stumbled upon NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month. Every November, writers from all over decide they are going to …

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The Lost Art of Writing Letters

The Lost Art of Writing Letters

Dear Lovely Reader, I am writing to you today to share my concern over a very important matter. What happened to the hand written letter? With all the electronic ways of communication, the traditional letter is forgotten, or worse, laughed at with name calling and eye rolls. Since we can communicate almost instantaneously, why would …

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Traditional versus Self-Publishing

Traditional v. Self Publishing

A Newbie’s Navigation Through the Publishing Paths You’ve written some words on a page and you are already thinking of that day when your name will be on the cover of your very own book. You can see yourself flipping through pages filled with words you wrote. If you are like me, it may feel …

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