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The Best Things About Being a Writer

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In my last blog, I wrote about reassessing where we are in our life journey. Click here. When we consider our writing life, it’s easy to focus on the negative things, the hard things. As I reassessed, I also thought of the good things about being a writer. Thus, the …

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Contemplation

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I’ve been doing a lot of contemplating and pondering lately. About my writing. About life. About God. About making changes. Not really at a crossroads, but definitely a time of reassessment. Why? What’s the point? For me, it’s about getting priorities straight and getting myself right with God. I’m learning …

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A Sunlit Weapon

This week, I’m posting a book review, something I haven’t done in a while. The book is A Sunlit Weapon by Jacqueline Winspear. I give this novel five stars. It is the 17th in the Maisie Dobbs series. Once again, Ms. Winspear does not disappoint us. The story opens with …

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Writing Obstacles – Research

We’ve been in a series on Writing Obstacles where we’ve discussed areas that can cause us to stumble while trying to get our story out. We’ve discussed finding the time to write. Do I have the talent to write? Am I perfectionist in my writing? How do I build a …

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10 Commandments of a Successful Writer – Part 2

Last week, we looked at the first three commandments of being a successful writer. Click Here This week, let’s dig further into more of the elements that contribute to our success. We need to keep in mind that success is different for almost every writer. For many, being published defines …

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Chatting with Linda Brooks Davis

Greetings everyone. Today, I am a guest on Linda Brooks Davis blog. Please stop by and join the conversation. And maybe win a free book. Here is the link: http://lindabrooksdavis.com/henry-mclaughlin/lets-chat-author-henry-mclaughlin/ Blessings.

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