Category Archives: writing

Happiness, Dreams

Ten Years and I’m Living the Dream

All my life I’ve been a goal setter. I think it’s time to change that. Too many times what I think of as goals and aspirations are actually dreams. I’m better off setting a deadline for myself if I want to do more than dream it, but achieve it. But there’s one thing that I never put on my list of goals, until I realized it was the most important thing. Continue reading

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the writers life

A Day in My Life; Reality vs. Fantasy

This week’s topic for Marketing for Romance Writers (MFRW) is A Day in My Life. I wear many hats, and a ‘day-job’ day, differs from a ‘freelance/ghostwriter day’ to an ‘author/writer day’. But I’m assuming you care more about the glamorous writer’s life that most non-writers envision it to be. Spoiler alert—they’re usually not all that glamorous. Continue reading

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writing

What Happens When I’m Not Writing?

I’ve written about writing habits many times before, but this week’s #MFRW 52-week Blog Challenge is entitled, Why I Write. The first thing I thought when I read this was, “Wait, you say this as if I have a choice?” Sure, it’s not like someone is strapping me to the chair and forcing me to purge stories—even though sometimes I might need that extra nudge. But in a way, someone is. Continue reading

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