Monthly Archives: July 2013

Three Tips for Staying Connected to Your Muse

So, how does one – a writer/artist – stay connected to your muse? First, it must be clear to you in no uncertain terms that “this” is what you have been purposed to do: it is your gift. You know … Continue reading

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The Key to a Successful Self-Publishing Career: Hire an Editor

I am just going to keep it real with you all because I know of no other way to be. One of the biggest struggles I face in cross promoting the works of other self-published authors is that the work … Continue reading

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Where’s My Crystal Stair?

Life has been quite difficult for some lately – me included. Things are not working out as we have needed them to or hoped they would. Didn’t get that job. Paycheck was shorter than expected. Spouse has (fill in the … Continue reading

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Support My Paper Presentation on Staying True to Your Art

Artist/Veteran Presenting at Conference on GoFundMe Paper presentation #writer #veteran #artist – http://pinterest.com/pin/332703491192900513/

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Death of the Playwright in the 21st Century

I am no longer taken aback by the response I receive when I answer the inevitable probing question at networking events, “So what do you do?” “I’m a playwright,” I respond proudly, if not a little wearily because I know … Continue reading

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