Monthly Archives: August 2010

Now that I am writing a book, I have learned 10 great things

I have recently [within the last year] decided to try something new. It has been amazing and thrilling. I have decided to try to write a book. It has been much more difficult than I would have ever expected. I have been working on it for almost 9 months now. Continue reading

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Unexpected forgetfulness.

As I am ending my first draft of my first book, I have reluctantly noticed that in attempting to refer back to an idea or name, earlier in the draft, I am having immense difficulty remembering that name or item. Continue reading

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The Mundane of Writing

When writing is your goal, hopefully you are doing whatever it takes to accomplish that goal. Writing is not something that can be skipped, pushed out-of-the-way, or accomplished through a shortcut. If you want to write something, you must put in the time to write. And as I begin to learn how to write, I often find myself pushing through the mundane of writing. Continue reading

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