Tag Archives: writing process

Writing at the Beach

There’s something about a beach that changes us.  We “un-lax” as opposed to relax, letting go of all but the most basic elements of our lives.  We wake, eat, sleep, walk the beach, go in the water (if it’s not … Continue reading

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Writing Resources

Recently, I was asked if I could provide some resources for poetry and for writing generally.  Rather than create a document to share, I thought I’d return to my blog and begin a thread for writing resources, with reason(s) for selecting … Continue reading

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Revision

While NaNoWriMo is the 10% process of spilling your words on the page, revision is the 90% that comes after.  If we spend November on our first drafts, (optimistically finishing the first drafts of our novels) we will be confronted in … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo

For anyone who might not know what this is, it’s National Novel Writing Month, and, from the way it’s taken off in the last couple of years, you’d think that no one in the U.S. is going to accomplish anything … Continue reading

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Being on Radio

Today, Thursday, February 26, I am privileged to be interviewed on blogtalkradio.  BlogTalkRadio allows users to create free online radio stations and listen to thousands of original internet radio shows. My host is Renee Hand (picture at left) and her show … Continue reading

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