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Rejecting Their Reality and Inserting Your Own

I’ve been receiving rejection letters, and I’m thrilled! Okay, so my writing hasn’t been accepted for publication–yet. But you know what? The reality is I’m giddy that I’m now regularly putting it out there! I’ve busted through my block of “not good enough,” by the action of submitting pieces and letting them go. Not some […]

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Everyday Creative Writing

I was listening to a Hay House Radio show the other day, an archive of a Nancy Levin broadcast. The lovely caller expressed that although she was a business writer, she wished to start writing creative pieces. I think many of us can identify with that. I encourage us as writers to explore this thought […]

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You’ll Get A Charge Out of This Story

Today’s guest writer, Janet, is a dear friend from waaaay back.  As in, back in the days of high school.  Which was when telephones had curly cords and were actually attached to walls.  Not so far back as rotary dials, though–push buttons were becoming downright common. Janet captures an unsuspected treasured moment with those in the same car, on […]

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Write Your Own Story

Here is an inspirational quote from the Abraham-Hicks website from June 24, 2014.  It’s a wonderful reminder for all of us, whether we are writing, living, or both: This is also an uplifting approach when remembering a story from our past…  

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Flash Fiction Fun

This is me playing with fiction. I wrote this as a class assignment, in response to the writing prompt “Kill the Dog,”  exercise 71 on page 181 of What If? Writing Exercises for Fiction Writers.   I haven’t attempted fiction before, and I highly recommend this book for companionship in that.  The King Is Dead The […]

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