Summer Churning

Elise, what have you been up to? Where shall I start? It's officially summer, so my garden and I have been racing each other to see who can weed/grow weeds the fastest. Ha. It's no contest. I lose. But the flowers are gorgeous and I keep picking these bouquets that knock my socks off! Seattle friends--I'll make you a pretty posy is you want to stop…

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Learning from Your Own Writing

My best lessons and indicators for what I should improve or refine in my work are sitting right in front of me, plain as day, in my last creation. In my case, this means that directions for improving my writing can be found in the last piece of writing that I completed. I'm in the process of reading Art and Fear, a book that my author friend…

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Timed Writing and Why You Need It

Writing under a time crunch is one of the best ways to kick procrastination in the pants.  All you need is a timing device.  A clock on the wall will work, but it's even better if it's a countdown timer.  Lots of cell phones have timers that will beep or buzz when your time's up. Tick tick tick tick--WAIT!  I'm not ready!  The urge to prepare…

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