Monthly Archives: May 2015

Goals: 3 Things to Remember

I’ve always struggled when it comes to personality tests. They show such a clear-cut difference between people who create and follow plans and people who are spontaneous and take life as it comes. They don’t leave a lot of room … Continue reading

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April Post Recap

The blog is a little quiet this week because I’m working on a grant proposal for a special organization that I’ll be sharing with you a little later this month. It takes a lot of research and writing, but I’ll … Continue reading

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Five Lessons for Prose Writers from Poetry (at 10 Minute Novelists)

Today, I’m guest-blogging over at 10 Minute Novelists. Katharine hosted an April series on beautiful words in honor of National Poetry Month, and I’m wrapping up that series with a post on five lessons that prose writers can learn from … Continue reading

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