It Isn’t Writer’s Block

For the past few years, I've suffered from what I thought was writer's block. I've written sporadically, and even published a couple of books, but daily writing has been almost impossible. In terms of blogging, weeks or even months have passed without a single post. There have been numerous times that I've opened up a …

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My Comfort Zone

For those who might not be aware, the month of April is NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month). It's also GloPoWriMo - Global Poetry Writing Month. Kind of cool to think writers all over the world are stepping up their poetry-writing game in order to pen 30 poems in 30 days. Of course, I'm running behind …

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Top Five Blogging Hazards

Blogging can be a fun, but necessary part of building an author platform. If you're not careful, blogging can land you in a great big boiling pot of hot water! Fortunately, it's easy to avoid trouble if you know what to look out for. I've compiled a list of the top five blogging hazards along …

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Does Your Website Need an Update?

  Yesterday, I discovered that, although my website looked quite lovely on my laptop computer, on my cell phone it looked like a deranged monkey had put it together. Some of my images appeared off-center, while some were teeny-tiny, while others were huge and looked like they were going to attack unsuspecting web-goers. The text …

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Goodbye NaPoWriMo, Hello May

National Poetry Writing Month is officially over, and along with a feeling of happiness that I completed the challenge, there is also a bit of sadness. Sure, I can write more poetry. I can write poetry every day if I'd like. I'm sad to see the end of NaPoWriMo because it's back to reality for …

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