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  • I think most writers start from a burning need to tell a tale or share a joy or pain but get hit the killer sayings such as "can’t break the rules until you know the r...
  • Sally, I never really thought that "seasoned" writers would look to "emerging" writers for lessons on the process of writing. How naive was I to think that those who s...
  • Lissa, I love that you are asking this question just now. I read your blog on “Owning Pink” last night and fell asleep with the question of what I could ask for, what...
  • After three years of blogging I think I am still figuring this out. I would say, in addition to everything mentioned here, consistent content is king. Find out what you have a burning desire to talk about every day and let that joy shape your blog content.
  • "Grace, I now believe, is the exhaust of ferocity. A clean-burning life will attract the words that have the potential to save us." Wow! I love gratitude and illumination, and I don't think you've lost any of it. I think you're processing it through a new lens or filter--or both. =)
  • How serendipitous! I've been struggling with my own "letting go" issue for far too many years to mention. The idea has begun pounding in my head and burning a hole in...
  • So Caitlyn, you were catalyst to a blog I wrote today, inspired by your most recent post.  Thanks for the food for thought. Now I have to go!  The sausages really are...
  • Thanks so much for your post. I am a former lawyer who has spent close to five years finishing a novel and trying (still - though close) to get it published while jugg...
  • As all of us can attest, any validation is GOOD validation, and the mother's milk which sustains this oft times lonely and sometimes ridiculed pursuit! Congrats to all...
  • Some how some way the burning inferno in the pit of this beautiful childs parents will fissle out.Although ,we know she is at her resting place.It makes me wonder how...