Monthly Archives: December 2011

Twitter Challenge Results?

This tweeter is withered from twittering. Why? Because the original post has gathered more spam than, as we say in the south, Cater has liver pills. Though an educational lesson for me, I am taking down that post in hopes … Continue reading

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Are You 2012 S M A R T ?

2012 is clicking closer. Are you ready for all the positive possibilities in your life? A writer’s journey is the same as everyone else’s. It isn’t a yellow brick road of illusionary dreams, but a solid path laid brick-by-brick that … Continue reading

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Tradition: Good or Bad or . . . .

Birthday traditions are a favorite of mine, and my birthday is inching closer. Saturday is only three days away. I’m considering starting a new tradition this year, provided the weather cooperates. I want to take a group of friends to … Continue reading

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Tradition: What do you do for . . .

What do you do for . . . New Years? Valentine’s Day? What about Fat Tuesday or . . . your birthday? What handed-down birthday traditions do you embrace? This week, each of my posts will be about Birthday. In … Continue reading

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Floating in the flow of Word River

I watched the Next Iron Chef last night. I am jazzed by competition . . . with myself. It’s the reason my hobbies are cooking, painting and golf. The exhilaration comes when I’ve outshined my previous best. It goes without … Continue reading

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How do you Count Your Words?

Don’t you agree that as a writer words are important? For me, word choice is everything. Words not only make or break any story, they are the thing that compels a reader to turn pages and pursue a story to … Continue reading

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