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(Originally posted on bloom-site.com, an excellent literary site featuring authors who first published over the age of 40. As they say, "Late" according to whom? )
In my grandparents’ dining room in a suburb of Boston, there was a shelf devoted to the books by our family members. My grandfather was a poet—a witty, brilliant one, but also humble and unpractical, and so although there should have been many by him, there was only one book with his name on it, a delightful volume of light verse titled Shrinklits. Then there were books by my uncle…Continue
Perhaps this sounds familiar: You have an idea for a book, and writing it feels like your next step as a writer. But you think about it more than you write. You can’t get past the first few pages, or you’re sidetracked by questions (memoir or fiction? real names or aliases?). Maybe you can see how it ends, but you can't get it there. You might even have a full draft tucked away in a drawer—you haven't looked at it in a long time, but it's always on your mind.
You're not alone. As a writing coach, I frequently hear from writers about their books and their frustrating lack of progress.
“If only I had more discipline,” they tell me. “Then I would finish my book.”
They sound sad when they say it, and I can hear the lack of faith in their voices. Like they'll never find the discipline. I…Continue
No surprise, given her background. As the director of The Midwest Academy, Jackie spent years teaching people how to organize for social change.
She brought all those skills to bear as she planned and executed the book party. It showed!
P.S. A lake was involved.
Here’s what Jackie did:
1) She stepped up and volunteered to host the party in the first place--without my asking. What a gift!
2) She knew 25 guests would fill her living room, so she figured she needed to send out at least 140 invitations.
3) She put together a short but terrific…Continue
Over the past month and a half, I've given you tips on using LinkedIn and GoodReads. Today I want to talk about Instagram. Instagram has more than 200,000 million active users. Young people, in particular, are flocking away from Facebook to Instagram and texting apps like SnapChat, WhatsApp and WeChat, forming their own social networks through groups. While YouTube is still very popular with teens, Instagram is their preferred social network. Something else to note: young adults aged 18-29 are doing most of their networking on mobile devices. But does that…Continue
One of the hardest parts about being a mother is the constant worrying. I worry that my child won't be safe. I worry that my child won't be healthy. I worry about everything when it comes to my child because he is the love of my life and I cannot imagine my life without him. So when I hear stories about babies who have lost their lives to SIDS, I can't help but take every precaution possible. And when it comes to sleep, I follow doctor's orders. This…
Quartz is the newest fad which is creating a lot of hype in magazines, blogs, and trade shows. It is the second most abundant mineral found in the Earth’s crust and it’s made up of silicon and oxygen tetrahedral framework. However, the quartz used for making countertops is an engineered material that has roughly 93 percent naturally occurring quartz mixed with 7 percent polymer resins. When it…
who so mrs ciano ?
are you blest, is this
how to say your name?
ask the curator, learn
another world, where
not all is at it seems.
it is just an opinion.
they took the paper, the cotton
I am graced with a clear minded, articulate friend who also happens to give me feedback on my work. A blessing that, all writers know, doesn’t come often.
In a recent email exchange that…
We’ve all heard it…a friend or co-worker, or even a family member spouting off about another person. “Oh, how stupid can they be? I would never do that!” Or something to that effect.
You know what? That accomplishes…
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