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Numbers, Numbers, Everywhere! And Not A Number For Me!

 Numbers are everywhere. House numbers. Phone numbers. Speed limits. Money. Pricing. Quantity. Time. Length. Height. Weight.  Sports scores. Statistics. Distance. Some numbers are good. Like the years you’ve been married, or the date your child was born. Some numbers are bad. Like your weight, your Cholesterol levels, groceries, gas, and even the price of that […]

And We’re Back, #WriteMotivation

So, here we are again. A new month. A goal check-in month at that. And over half way through the year! OMG where does the time go? Seriously?! When we were kids, don’t you remember wishing time would hurry up and get here so we could go to that birthday party? Summer vacation? So we […]

FFR, ICYMI, FYI, & #WriteMotivation: 22 rules of storytelling, according to Pixar

I wanted to share with all my writer friends, especially the #writemotivation crowd, as well as have a hard link to the article my friend (Leigh Caroline) Shared with me. I tend to forget, or lose, links, and this gives me a way to find it easier…even though it might just go by the way […]

Twitter, Triberr, and Timelines

      When I started Twitter, I was cautious. I didn’t know what to do, really, who to follow, and what to say. So I stayed quiet, followed companies, and watched for Tweetstakes. I actually won a lot of things off Twitter. I had a limited number of followers and I tried to keep […]

May 2012 #WriteMotivation Sign-ups Are Underway!

First Draft Rules to Remember! A single word = progression Zero words = stagnation Deleting words = regression *—————-*—————-* Each writer goes through some really trying times when trying to write, revise, or edit. So, why wallow in negativity? Why self-deprecate? Why give in to that negative voice that rears its ugly head when you […]

Wrap up for March #WriteMotivation

Wow, what a tiring month this has turned out to be. It started off ok. But these last two weeks Spring really has sprung and I’ve been out working in the yard/garden readying it for my roses. If you missed any of my posts on this, please feel free to check out some previous entries […]

#Writemotivation March 2012 – Sign Up

If you’ve been following me by now, either on my blog or on Twitter, you may have seen me talk (or tweet) about #WriteMotivation. If not, check out the hashtag on Twitter and see how we interact with each other. I promise, it is fun, exhilaration, and enjoyable! I am a very strong supporter of my friend, KT […]

This is not the end…. #writemotivation

Here we are, the last Monday of January. It’s been a great month for some, a mediocre one for others, and downright non-productive for a few others. But you know what? It’s important how many words you get down on the page every day. It’s not even important if you didn’t meet all your goals. […]

Happy New Year and #WriteMotivation

First of all, Happy New Year. May this 2012 be everything you thought it would be, and more! May it bless you with kindness, love, and peace. I’m hoping for better! I have had a rough time while on my vacation. I’ve had two weeks off and I’ve been sick the whole time. There has […]

Everyone needs a little #WriteMotivation

If you follow me on Twitter, you may occasionally see requests for some #writemotivation or me cheering on some other writer who needs a boost. We all have our downs sometimes. We get in a funk. We just don’t want to do it anymore. Or we find ourselves second guessing our ability or determination or whatever. Writing […]


A few weeks back, I noticed a few of my Tweeple (twitter friends) posting what they were reading along with a hashtag of #FridayReads. It has always been fun to see what different people are reading. It is an insight into their likes, dislikes, and possibly character. And it is a great way add new […]

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