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  • Started by Phyllis Smith
    I have found the holidays are a rich time for spending time with friends, family and loved ones. Also, I have found that the mixed emotions the holidays invoke also are good prompts for writing. Are you taking time to write over the holidays? If so, what are you working on?
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  • @ Catherine Stovall: I'm trying to decide whether I want to try traditional publishing or publish myself. I haven't started either process yet. Trying to find an agent...
  • Thanks for the references to goodreads and librarything. I've enjoyed reading the discussions posted about some of my most and least favorite reads. As to the question...

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    Jillian Parsons posted a message for Jan Morrison
    Hi Jan, I just got your message because I guess there are no notifications that come to email, you just have to sign in? But who remembers to check in?! I am from Che...
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    Al Jaffee: MAD Magazine’s All-Around “Mentsh” with Much “Tam” About a year ago at this time, I interviewed two recently emerged and international musical performers...

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  • Lol - "spending my money before I make it!" I couldn't do that but if it works for you ...
  • Sometimes I think this is tougher than rocket-science, Kate. I'm struggling with the whole concept of spending so much time not writing, when that's what I love.
  • Nancy, I know exactly how you feel. I'm in my 60's and have spent my life writing many books...in the old traditional; long before the Internet. Not that that way was...