Category: Process

Are you at war or peace with your idea?

Posted: June 20, 2012 | By: | 0 Comments

 

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Ahh, the tug of summer inspiration…

A book (or Kindle) in a swing. Your journal (or iPad) in hand where you’ll record your free-flowing ideas, articles you’ve been plotting, and goals you never have time to really think about.

You might even be considering  about tackling your secret big project—a book. This project may be in draft form in your computer, floating in your mind, or tucked away in your drawer. It may be an inner mandate or an urgent, this-summer-or-never to-do from your brain trust, colleagues, or friends.

Or it may be a question mark. Can I—or should I—write a book now?

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Poem in Your Pocket Day + National Poetry Month

Poem in Your Pocket Day + National Poetry Month

Posted: April 26, 2012 | By: | 0 Comments

Today is a celebration of a Poem in Your Pocket Day, a time for readers to carry a copy of their favorite poem and share it with the world. The idea is this: Select a poem you love during National Poetry Month. Carry it with you on Poem In Your Pocket Day, sharing it with friends,… Read More>>

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Getting Lovingly Bossy

Getting Lovingly Bossy

Posted: April 9, 2012 | By: | 0 Comments

This will be short and sweet, to go with the title. You are the boss of your book. You can take a crisp, firm, clear, confident, no-nonsense approach to your work, even for a day or a week. Especially if you’re lost. Especially if you’re floundering or stuck. You can be the boss. You ARE the… Read More>>

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