Monthly Archives: July 2013

Goddammit I’m Thirty—How In The Hell Did That Happen: A Personal Reflection

So I have, as of recently, officially entered into the realm of 3-0; the number that in my childhood days, I used to view with carefree disdain, as the epitome of ancient. And yet—with the blink of time’s eye, I … Continue reading

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Poetic Reflection: Finding The Pieces Of My Soul

The journey seems to be perpetual. I keep moving forward and feel as if I’m stumbling backward. I’m trying to find the essence of me. I’m trying to live as I see myself in my dreams. I’ve grown older Perhaps … Continue reading

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The Journal Of Me: What I Say In My Words

Everyone’s heard of the famous phrase, a picture is worth a thousand words. Although I am not a visual artist this is something I have played around with. I recently joined Pinterest and have been having a grand old time … Continue reading

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A Poetic Reflection: Journal Of My Life

If I were to write out my story in a poem what lyrics would pour forth. Would my words be beautiful? Would my mind sing silence? Or would it bleed with the depth and ferocity, like the soul of a … Continue reading

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The Drama Of Storytelling: Reading, Always Beats Living It

One of the many things I love to say is that I love to read drama—just not live it. This type of schizophrenic relationship that one, particularly me, has to drama is one that as a storyteller intrigues me. Drama … Continue reading

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A Poetic Reflection: Whatever Happened To Childhood Dreams

Sometimes I wish I was a child again. Not for the naivety, beguiled innocence, or curtailed independence. What I miss most about my childhood is when my dreams seemed that they could actually be real. I wish the dreams that … Continue reading

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5 Book Marketing Myths You Need To Forget – Guest Post by Joanna Penn

Originally posted on David Gaughran:
Anyone familiar with Joanna Penn’s blog – The Creative Penn – will know what an excellent resource it is for writers, particularly on marketing, where she regularly offers no-nonsense advice that actually works. When I…

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