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  • ...detail of mundane actions," is also important. I used to work for a writer who had an index card hanging over his desk from a string taped to the ceiling. It simply said, "Exposition...
  • I'm in---even though I keep hitting the Twitter ceiling! I follow more people than they follow me (there's my memoir) and so Twitter thinks I am a loser and won't allow me to follow o...
  • ...I live has trees everywhere. When you look down the streets, it is as though you are in a cathedral with trees arching high in the sky making the ceiling.  Many of the trees bloom, so...
  • ...ct for the job or better pricing, terms, or greener money under the table (not really).   Stories are a product; the Mona Lisa was a product; the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was int...
  • ...who don't know me....Vern is our beloved, rescued dog!) I moved my things to the first floor because we have very long windows...almost floor to ceiling and he lays there and looks o...
  • ...and a place to store my evening clothes.I recreated his room, with a new hardwood floor, a bay picture window, walls painted deep taupe, a white ceiling and crown molding, and furnis...
  • ...that dazzling brightness, the joy and surprise of clarity, is to flail around in the dark. And so it is those potential chandeliers, bare bulbs, ceiling fans, or modern swedish orbs...
  • I have been stuck pounding on the glass ceiling, waiting for someone to magically carve an orb in it so I ca...let the splinters shatter around me - it can't hurt, it's an imaginary ceiling. Great post - inspiration in...
  • ...men in the She Writes poets group #3. I can't because i write too plainly; I read mostly non-fiction; I need to grow more language. #4: That's my ceiling -- not reading enough poetry...
  • This is a great post. The proverbial glass ceiling exists in reality AND in our own mind. In most cases, if we overcome the one in our mind, it is a piece of cake to overcome the real one. Your tips are great!