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    ...verything is going to be ok. She will surely cry tears when the doctor and nurse huddle in whispers ~ while she is fearing the worst, they may be deciding what toppings they want on a...
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  • Let your creative imagination go. Or use a title generator, if you feel like it. For me, deciding what the title of my story title is a sign. Like I can go on and write a story without...
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    ...n find the result after about 3 weeks as there are changes in the bulges. The body keeps on eliminating the fat cells for about 6 months. Costs deciding factors The most difficult...
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    ...verything is going to be ok. She will surely cry tears when the doctor and nurse huddle in whispers ~ while she is fearing the worst, they may be deciding what toppings they want on a...
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    #FoodFic Friday guest Sheryl Steines shares her thoughts on"Realism, Make Believe and Deciding What They’ll Eat for Dinner": https://bookfare.blogspot.com/2018/09/foodfic-please-welcome-sheryl-steines.html

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  • Good ideas. I also find that knowing when I write best during the 24 hour cycle, helps me avoid deciding to write when I don't feel like it just to do what I planned. I'm a morning writer, before I have to talk to anyone...
  • Love the description of the inner turmoil in deciding which of a number of possible stories you decided to write about and keep company with for as long as a year (or more)!  Good going, Jenni--can hardly wait to read your next novel!
  • I was drawn to this title because I read Lisa F. Smith's memoir, A Girl Walks Out of a Bar, this summer. It was so well-done - raw and real. She's 12 years sober and it's new this year. Interesting points you make about piecing things together and deciding novel vs. memoir.