“What section of the bookstore do you want to find your book in?” At a recent book conference, this question was raised by book publishing specialists Arielle Eckstut and David Sterry (authors of The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2013
Photo Essay: Skull Valley, AZ, Graveyard
“What’s a hook-up, anyway?”
Words and meanings are slippery. Crossing cultures and time, words have a way of morphing. Generational Syntactical Blunders One evening after dinner, a young man visited our household for dessert and studying with my oldest … Continue reading
The Computer Stays Home!
“Does Madonna walk around the house in cone bras and come-bleep-me bustiers?” -Steven Pressfield -photo credit: Brandon Carson Not only does Pressfield have the art of the hook down, he’s got a point in The War of Art. (Note, “bleep” … Continue reading
Morning, for writers holds so much promise. It’s more than that the blank slate of the day before you representing the potential of the page. For me it’s also the energy of the promise. There is something about being up … Continue reading
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