The Birth Of A Book – “Can Dying Become A Way Of Life?”

The very next day, April 8th, I continued making blog entries. My writing skills -still poor as thousands of thoughts fill my mind.  Those early months and years were cloudy, so when I had an opportunity to remember events and emotions years later, I rushed to the computer to write them down. I am still not aware that anyone is reading this blog. To me, it was a journal. Just a place to write...
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Guest Post by Candy Ann Little – “Writing About Nothing”

Writing About Nothing by Candy Ann Little   I’m supposed to write something about writing. Being an author this shouldn’t be a complicated task. Give some tremendous tips, talk about becoming a writer, encourage you never to give up on your dreams, write some witty prose. Yet, I can’t seem to find a topic I want to write about, or make the words form on the screen. Why is it so hard...
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Guest Post by Barbara Altman – “Mark Twain: Humorist and Satirist”

Mark Twain: Humorist and Satirist by Barbara Altman   So what constitutes good writing? How does one keep the reader involved from page one to the last sentence, the last paragraph, and the last thought put forth in a book? Incorporating a sense of humor in a script can hold readers captive. Having had the advantage of excellent book coaching, I can put my thoughts down on this matter in...
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The Birth Of A Book – Gotta Stop Dying

As you can see, there are three entries in just two days. Two in one day! I was clearly trying to cope with my situation. With all the chaos flowing through my mind and my imagination, you might expect that I was confused. I was, and writing down my thoughts was the way I chose to try and get a grip on my new reality. One of the issues that confronted me was the constant bombardment of new...
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Guest Post by Rosanne Dingli – “The Importance of Being Earnest”

 The Importance of being Earnest by Rosanne Dingli   When Oscar Wilde wrote a play with this title, his tongue was firmly in his cheek. When I place it at the top of a blog post for writers, I’m dead serious. Even when writing fiction, the writer needs to be as honest and up-front as possible. It can be literary suicide to fake anything, even when making up stories. So how, you do ask,...
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