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  • ...heal themselves." That is where my memoir has taken me also, and I have learned so much about myself and Life with a capital L by writing it. The hardest parts have been the most heal...
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    ...cing in the pursuit of our chosen way of expressing our truths. Also interested in learning more about self-publishing. From first-look, it seems hardest in the follow-through and dis...
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    ...courage to release my latest project, an Historical, Paranormal Novel to a friend to read and critique, called "Shadows in The Sun", it was the hardest thing I've down in a long tim...
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    ...to the point that we will never be the same. Love is an emotion that no one should live without because it gives our lives meaning, yet it is the hardest to live with in when one is o...
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    ...to the point that we will never be the same. Love is an emotion that no one should live without because it gives our lives meaning, yet it is the hardest to live with in when one is o...

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  • Overusing "as" is also one of my writerly weaknesses. Not being a native English speaker, prepositions and tenses are giving me the hardest time, though. Nora Robert's head hopping...
  • ...on can differ though and that's the key.   How many stories would not be told if this was in place with all writing?  Why is it that 'we' are the hardest on mother's when it comes to...
  • Roni Beth Tower commented on her article The Challenge of Blurbs
    Thank you, Bella and Suzy and Paula.  Helpful input, reassurance that this challenge is far from the hardest.  And another reason why rejections can be useful!