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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – New Sunday Interview Series – Human In Every Sense of the Word – Starting Sunday June 30th 2019.

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Welcome to the new series of the Sunday Interview..Human in every sense of the word. As humans there are five main senses that we rely on to navigate through this world.  And there is…

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Writing: the What & Why of It

The written word permeates all aspects of our lives. Even if we exclude books, newspapers and magazines, our world is filled with documents of identification and ownership, insurance policies, medical records, instructions and warnings. The written word is etched into … Continue reading

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Advice for aspiring writers: Get Your Editor On

Recently, a member of the Goodreads community asked for my advice to aspiring writers. My answer could have gone in so many directions — getting published, building your personal brand, incorporating time into your life to write — the list … Continue reading

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Authors & Marketing: Sensitive Introvert to Shameless Hawker – Abandoning Erroneous Expectations

So, you succumbed to that craziest of temptations and wrote a book. Now, whether you are one of the “lucky” ones who landed a publishing contract or you did it yourself, you’re starting to realize that you’re the one who … Continue reading

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Writing Process: Native American author Amy Krout-Horn – Seeking Sacred Space

My sincere gratitude to Donna W. Hill, author of The Heart of Applebutter Hill, for her invitation to participate in the Writing Process Blog Tour. She afforded me this opportunity, and then took her kindness and generosity a step further … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Wormhole: from novelist to publisher in 3 Easy Nervous Breakdowns

Last week, a desperate quest for sanity compelled me to stand down from my mind-numbing routine and ask “What on Earth has happened to me?” I was a writer. Somehow, however, I must have entered one of those wormholes the … Continue reading

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