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  • Hi Kristy, setting is my creative driving force, too. I loved this "But ten years from now, I wanted them to remember Peachtree Bluff."
  • Thanks for this. This is the simplest explanation I've seen. I'll remember it for myself and use it for the clients I serve as well.
  • Bella Mahaya Carter commented on her article Is Writing Fun?
    Amen to holding things lightly! That is often my biggest challenge. I forget. But, thank goodness, I remember!
  • This is honestly the first time that I clearly understand the difference between lie and lay, how to use each, and their tenses. This is one piece of writing advice I aim to remember.. Thank you so much.
  • ...the present. Focus on what your hands are doing. Eventually, your mind will kick into gear and you'll see the possibilities before you. Just remember, if you believe you've hit a...
  • What a great interview. I must remember this answer if someone asks me that question even though I am not a parent. And yes, women in any field have been held to a higher standard than men.
  • How well I remember shopping for my "author wardrobe" when Wild Women, Wild Voices was due to be released. Thank you Jill, for your expert consultation. I felt like a wild woman in those great outfits we found... and felt like I embodied her at my presentations.
  • ...hought I should be doing as my book launched, and it wasn't good for my health, mental health or other responsibilities. I am definitely going to remember your "return to zero" suggest...
  • I remember when I was younger and on my way somewhere that young people go with there friends, I saw this old man walking along by himself and it dawned on, just hit me...
  • ...e same time and make comparisons. If the truths are different, you say so in your writing. You don't make anything up; you actually say:" I don't remember" or "I'm not sure..." or "my...