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  • In fiction and movies, everyone is witty. In nonfiction, we wrestle with the obvious, and we share our humanity. These little moments, revelatory real events, are what...
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    Earlier today while I was checking my inbox to see if I had any email replies from the CL posts I put up looking for a "ghost writer" when one really got to me.    My...
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  • This is great, Brooke! Thanks for posting. Helps me get back into the Twitter groove. Now if I can just get my push apps to work properly and my website updated, I'll be in good shape. ~Rebecca  

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  • @Penny:I understand your point, but I could no more stop running that I could stop wri...I need both to survive, and running marathons keeps me in perpetual "training" mode, that way I don't fall off th...
  • Such a darling girl. So bright, so full of promise. What might she have done to shape the world or at least her corner of the world had she lived. How tragic for all of us, how heartbreaking for her family.
  • Bella!  Wow! Thank you for this idea. I've been work with Brooke, on my novel, and it never ever occurred to me to apply her amazingness to copy editing a blog post. ...