Category: Writing Advice

Teacher Tales: Grandma’s House

Today, I’m sharing a Christmas dinner poem, from the archives of my memory. Enjoy! O holy night, Let’s give thanks For Neck bones swimming in Spaghetti sauce, & We kids, for Grandma’s homemade, Baseball sized meatballs. Grandma and Great Auntie, Sneak a shot of Anisette Behind closed pantry doors, & We kids, Full of rigatoni…
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December 23, 2015 0

Nancy’s Notes: Inject A Little Humor

Inject A Little Humor I’ve noticed many writers tend to shy away from humor in their writing. It could be they feel it would lessen the drama of the story, or maybe they don’t feel as though they can pull it off. But I have found that a touch of humor allows the reader to…
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December 21, 2015 1

Publishing Successfully – what is Truly involved

Steps to Publishing Successfully Publishing successfully is more than just write and hit publish. At least 75% or more of authors I speak with really don’t understand the entire publishing process. It’s no fault of your own though. The media perpetuates the supposed simplicity, and ease of making money. Honestly, I believe even the big A puts…
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December 18, 2015 2
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