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  • Quick comments concerning questions #3 and #4. Number 3 -...Writers. All writers need to have a mentor, a role model and an advocate. The three a...d others times we learn. Often when in the teaching mode, we learn. When in the learni...
  • Molly! We meet briefly @ the EBWW last spring. This piece is FABULOUS! As a retired flight attendant who is close to acquiring a small RV with my husband, I miss the glamor days of flying too. (And believe me, flying during the eighties and early nineties seemed far from glamorous at the time.)
  • Marci, thank you for this valuable information. I too have learned a lot just in this post.  Augie Hicks
  • I always appreciate it when I can get such specific advice. Thank you for this. The unrealistic expectations arrive with your audience too...many of my readers keep as...
  • Thanks for reading and writing this response, Yehudit. We engage in that same practice in my WRITE WHERE YOU ARE classes, and your experience is a common one. We simpl...
  • I totally agree with you. I think hashtags are hard to understand at first, but once you get them - they are valuable tools. People mistakenly just put the # symbol in front of every word, not realising this is not how hashtags work. Thanks for the sample hashtags to use.
  • I agree that an author should do what they can to get professional editing help, and not because I'm an editor. I'm also a writer and I know the value of having at lea...
  • I say 'yay'! I love NaNo. This is my fourth year and I'm doing the best this time all round. The most valuable thing I take from it is a swift kick up the derriere to get back into the habit of writing every day.
  • Good description of your process. I think the most valuable stuff happens when we write when we don't want to be writing.  That 'eternal' perspective can certainly help us keep going
  • Meghan, I appreciate the links to book bloggers posted here. This kind of information is valuable but often time consuming to accumulate. Thanks for making the road to...