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Advertisers: Promotion Requires Tact

Hi everyone. The Internet brings out all kinds of people who want something for nothing. Or, a quick fix. I recently updated my listing to numerous sites in an attempt to increase publicity. What’s happened? I forgot about the existence of tactless product promotions that exist out there. Advertisers: Promotion Requires Tact.

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Finding Writing Inspiration

Hi my favorite readers! Here is some interesting reading I received from Write to Done I thought I’d share with the writers among us:
It is a guest post from James Chartrand of Men with Pens, known for his sharp-shooting advice to writers

It’s all been said. It’s been written before. We feel like […]




Insight into Product Reviews

Many websites, including blogs, have a section on product reviews. Many turn to these product reviews before deciding if the product is worth their hard earned money. Do an online search for product reviews and a listing of sites appear. How do you decide? Here’s some insight that may help you…

Some of the product reviews […]




Political Correctness –

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I just got done writing an article about music training on children’s cognitive development. In my paper I had “nonmusical students” as the control group. The editor said that wasn’t politically correct. Spare me.
I had to change it to “children not receiving musical training”. Give me a break.

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Carrying Around A Notepad & A TKR

Hi my favorite readers! While recently meeting with a client, I found myself reaching for my favorite writing tool – a notepad. Suddenly, I started thinking about all the uses and reasons for having these versatile delights and how grateful I am for their existence. I have a number of pads on hand, ranging […]




Fact and/or Embellishment?

Hi my favorite readers! The other day some writers and I were discussing the difference between fact and embellishment. Every time I think about embellishment, lawyers pop into my head. They can take a simple word and turn it into an hour speech. Then there’s the simple “yes or no” answer […]




Tip #1 – Keeping a Notebook

One of the suggestions many writers make is to carry around a notebook.  This is helpful for those times when thoughts “pop” into your head and need to be jotted down.

*Carry a small one in your purse or briefcase.

*Keep a small one on your night table.

*Carry a small one on your car visor, along with […]




Taking a Break

Earlier today I received a request to write a light-hearted article for an upcoming nonprofit organization’s newsletter.  What a welcome relief from my book writing.  There was no research done, and it was just plain fun.

It is nice to have another avenue of writing as a diversion from my main book project.  To switch from […]