Tag Archives: writing process

calling all teachers!

Teachers have unique organizing challenges in that they must keep up with paperwork generated by the municipality they work for, all of their students’ paperwork, communication with parents, communication with administration and keeping a classroom moving fluidly. In addition, they … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo update

Well, November is over and so is National Novel Writing Month. Although I have completed a non-fiction book, I am finding that it’s much harder to write fiction. With all the reading I do, I thought it would come more … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo

November is National Novel Writing Month.  I’ve always believed that I had a novel (or two) in me.  I’ve written ideas and notes, but I’ve never moved forward with it. In the spirit of “Finish What You Start,” which I … Continue reading

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your workbook coming soon

Even though I’ve been busy promoting The Clutter Book, it feels strange not to be fully engaged in the writing process. My plan was to release the book as an e-book soon after it was published as a paperback, but … Continue reading

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book snob

I admit it.  I’m a book snob.  Have been for ages. It’s true, I have read my fair share of Sidney Sheldon and Judith Kranz.  I’ve even read Shopaholic.  None of these will ever be confused with literary fiction; however, … Continue reading

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duolit interview

Toni and Shannon, the Duolit Self-Publishing Team, have a great blog where they share resources for authors. You can also learn about all the aspects of self publishing from their podcasts, tweets  and newsletters. They graciously invited me to participate in their Self-Publishing … Continue reading

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interminable editing

The book is still not ready, which is exceedingly frustrating. I thought I scoured the proof and corrected every error, but when I got the second proof, I found three more typos in the first 15 pages. How did they … Continue reading

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