Working in the Writing Community

The movement of Self Publishing has many critics. Most say it is too easy for bad writing to get published.  Some say there is a plagiarism issue. Many struggle to gain traction, a wide readership for their works. Amazon and other platforms are working to address the plagiarism issues. Since Harlow Hunter and I publish … Continue reading Working in the Writing Community

Finding Focus for Writing–for Life

https://www.ted.com/talks/matt_cutts_try_something_new_for_30_days   My mind has been spastic. Thoughts going every which way. I have all of these to do list. I have all of these plans to change. And I am treading water. A little over a year ago I found the above TED talk. It was inspiring and for a while I was able … Continue reading Finding Focus for Writing–for Life

Subconscious Messages

While I have only dabbled in Dreamwork and Interpretations I do try to figure out what dreams have to tell me. Many talk about the lofty symbolic meanings of dreams. Especially recurring dreams. The online sites are helpful and most the time have good insights. But.... If you have ever woken up after a dream … Continue reading Subconscious Messages

Running to Write

This has been my inspiration the last couple of days. I found myself walking on the treadmill yesterday. Today I went outside and walked. Running is not too far in the future. On my walk on the treadmill I played music on my phone. Today it was nothing. No phone. No music of any kind. … Continue reading Running to Write

Tarot 101: Shattering the Myths of Tarot — Witches Of The Craft®

Tarot 101: Shattering the Myths of Tarot Learn the truth about this amazing tool By Brigit Esselmont, Videos, Tarot Reader, Tarot 101, Tarot Here, the Tarot will be demystified, busting some of the biggest myths about reading Tarot cards. Myth 1: You have to be psychic to read Tarot Many people […] via Tarot 101: Shattering … Continue reading Tarot 101: Shattering the Myths of Tarot — Witches Of The Craft®

Editing Assistance

One of the Twitter accounts I follow suggested ProWritingAid as a tool for editing and polishing your writing. After checking out the free version and really liking how it worked I went ahead and downloaded the 14 day trial of the professional version. At the end of the 14 days they have different payment plans. … Continue reading Editing Assistance

Varied Interests

As I sit here watching the All Star Game with my friends I think about some advice from a Self Publishing Twitter Account I follow. Don't talk about yourself on your blog and make sure your post all have the same theme. Thinking back, rereading, I ponder this advice. My use of my own experiences … Continue reading Varied Interests

Building the Foundation

After a cursory review of our book the *Bear and Hunter* Series by a screener/editor on a review site and by a friend of mine who works as an editor, my co-author and I took another look at the manuscript. With fresh eyes we both saw some glaring issues--especially with book one. Book one being … Continue reading Building the Foundation