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The High Price Of Being The Better Person (And How It Cost Me My Sister)

I have a very complicated relationship with my sister. All right, that is misleading or an understatement or just doesn’t seem 100% true. For the past three plus years I have not had a relationship with my sister. And for … Continue reading

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The Picture Of A ‘Bad Writing Day’

I try to be an upbeat person in general. When it comes to working on my manuscript, I set goals and do not let obstacles deter me. Quite the opposite, they usually make me push harder, though not always right … Continue reading

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Ready Or Not (Because You’re Never Truly Ready) – One Manuscript’s Journey

Writing is patience, writing is patience. Damn, I am not a patient person. I mean I can be, but it takes a great deal of energy and focus on my part. The only time it is natural is when I … Continue reading

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Why You Cannot Afford To Be Your Manuscript’s Single Parent

I avoid editing my own work like I would a Tea Party convention. Well let me clarify, I edit my own work, but before I send it out, submit it, publish it or consider it otherwise finished I always need … Continue reading

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