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  • I am probably most afraid that what I write will be dumb...I am far away from writing...now I am finding it hard to create the space for myself to get into my writing mode which is a special place--I a...
  • The second blog post I choose to review is written by: Erika Klein and titled: 'Too Li...'d barely started. Of course I (being a writer) was immediately in postulation mode. "I wonder what letter one wo...
  • Meg, I heard about this book on NPR. It sounds wonderful!

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    It was where movies stars used to go and rest up, be pamper...script their agents had just sent over. A series of modest bungalows set around a beau...setts. Back when his books didn’t sell or sold only modestly, they lived in a much sma...
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    Cedar Hawk Songmaker was born and lived all her life in Minneapolis. Yet she's never heard the music of ice breaking in the Mississippi River, and she’s seen just one...
  • Betty Hafner posted a reply
    Hi, Carol...I'm just now seeing your message. Thanks so much for your kind words. It's so wonderful hearing reactions from readers, especially those who are also write...

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  • Julie, this is so wonderful and refreshing! I love the writing community and we need one another, but it is also easy to slip into the complaint mode with people who "get it". Thanks for this great reminder! Susie
  • Ah, the intorverted writer finds herslef in a crowd, I know the scenario well.  The ve...ple I don't know I still have the tendency to be a wallflower. I'm in observer mode afterall. But, I now teach wr...
  • Wonderful post. As I fall into the garden mode, I can't help but miss the last two gardens that I had to leave behind. I have to keep nudging myself out of sadness for gardens past, while learning to fully enjoy the new palette that I have to work with. Thank you for the enjoyable reminder. Patti