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Favorite Quotes for Writers

When I get discouraged about writing, I often search the Web for quotes by other writers. Today, I’m sharing some of my favorite quotes by and for writers. The difficulty of literature is not to write, but to write what you mean. —Robert Louis Stephenson. The time to begin writing an article is when you […]

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Fall Conferences 2017

Have you attended a writers conference this year? I have had conflicts at every turn. I’ve been looking for fall Christian writers conferences that are no more than a day’s drive from my home, offer inspiring keynote speakers and/or faculty. As it turns out, there are some possibilites Ohio Christian Writers Conference (New) To be […]

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What Are You Reading This Summer?

How hot is it where you live? Our “feels like” temperature was 108 degrees one day this week. The actual temperature has been in the 90s, but the humidity at 60-70% is what sends the “feels like” temp through the roof. So, it’s the dog days of summer, a great time for reading. Some writers […]

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OneNote App and the Value of Persistence

Information: Microsoft’s OneNote In my recent post about the Evernote note-taking app, subscriber Melissa Stroh suggested I look at OneNote. It is part of Microsoft’s free Office Online package, including Outlook mail, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneDrive (free storage), and more. Check out OneNote at this link. If you already have a Microsoft email account (Hotmail.com, […]

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