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Writing Contests – Yes Or No?
It’s that time again. The time when it seems like there are a gazillion (okay, well several) writing contests for writers, aspiring writers and even writer-wannabes. Last year, I submitted my first essays EVER in such contests. They were my … Continue reading
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The Truth About “Writer’s Block”
I’ve heard of this thing called writer’s block before. See, it’s this condition of not being able to think of what to write or how to proceed with your writing. Supposedly it is a writer’s worst enemy. And why not? … Continue reading
LOST Writing FOUND – A Fricking Treasure Trove!
I first started working on my memoir, which is about rebirth in every sense (yes I am claiming the physical too, because I actually flipping died) in December 2012. It wasn’t that me working on this book was a surprise, … Continue reading
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Sweet Valley High (The Book Series): Season 3 – The End And All Of Those Fun Extras! (Part 5)
This is it! Only two short episodes left and then all of the fun bonus features that hopefully makes up for the onslaught of book/episode recaps. I mean the books are getting more involved, so the recaps are getting more… … Continue reading
Sweet Valley High (The Book Series): Season 3 (Part 4)
While this post is the longest it has the BEST episodes of the entire season – I promise! 😉 Season 3: The Perfect Size 6 (Continued) Episode 56 – “Slam Book Fever”: Amy Sutton tells the girls of Sweet Valley … Continue reading