Monthly Archives: May 2008

"Fess Up Friday: Blurbing

I have never felt so unsettled and unfocused and tried to write fiction! It is like drinking a gallon of coffee, hopping on a stationery bicycle, and trying to pedal and compose. Jee-ayng-llling. Still, I managed to type about 10 … Continue reading

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‘Fessing Up, Part 2

This is an addendum to my pathetic ‘Fess Up from last week. Excellent and inspirational advice from mischief mari: And speaking of house-cleaning: this afternoon I started clearing up some of the clutter in my tiny little corner of our … Continue reading

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‘Fess Up Friday: Oops

OKay, this was a crazy week, and I lost my momentum. I started having doubts about my mystery idea. Sort of being shot down before I even start. But I’m going to forge ahead anyway. I guess I just have … Continue reading

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Monday musing

Thought of the day: Persistence is fertile; resistance is futile.

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‘Fess Up Friday: Progress!

Week 3 of FUF (see May 4 post), and I finally have some good progress to report! This week, I met with a fellow writer for tea. It was such a relief and delight to talk about writing with a … Continue reading

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Outrageous prediction

I have six minutes to kill before a webinar, so I thought I’d post my Thursday thoughts on the presidential election. I am going out on a limb with a rather out-there prediction. I’m reading David Kennedy’as “Freedom from Fear” … Continue reading

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‘Fess Up Friday: Falling Short

I hope my ‘Fess Up Friday (see May 4 post) isn’t going to be a series of lame and somewhat masochistic reports of inactivity. But Week 2 is certainly no poster child for Successful Authorship. 1. Last Sat. I met … Continue reading

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