Monthly Archives: July 2016

Friday Five – Organizing for Writers

I’m the first to admit that I am not an organized person. But I love organizing things of all kinds. Do I want to go to the mall? No, I want to go to the office supply store! I love … Continue reading

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Where Can I Find Ideas? Part 1

I get asked about this a lot. Where do you get ideas? Ideas are everywhere, we just have to be aware of them. Every time I see an interesting person, my mind starts revving up and suddenly I’ve got an … Continue reading

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The World Without Books

There was a time when we didn’t have books in every nook and cranny of our homes and offices. There were no publishing houses, no Kindles or Nooks, no trashy bodice-rippers hidden under pillows and worst of all – no … Continue reading

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Word Study – woolgathering

  As a writer and an editor, I work with words all the time. In fact, I love words. I specifically love different words. Like Serendipity. Or woolgathering. Where did these words come from? Do they still mean the same … Continue reading

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Sunday Scripture 2 Samuel 7:22

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Friday Five – My Favorite Books

Out of the thousands (millions?) of books a person has read, how can we decide which is favorite? And why is it a favorite? What are the standards for labeling a book ‘Favored’? These are mine – – I can … Continue reading

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Schedules, planners and dust

Earlier  I talked about having my blogging schedule all planned out, just to have the Life Dump Truck back up into my life. Since then, I’ve been trying to remember to bring that schedule back into the office. I don’t … Continue reading

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