Rewriting Treadmills: Traditional Publishing versus E-Publishing

Everybody knows at least one writer who edits the same story for years.  The material is never good enough, the author is afraid to send it to editors, the author desperately wants to become the next JK Rowling or Stephen … Continue reading

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Writing in the Digital Age: We Can All Be Neil Gaiman and “Make Good Art”

All a Writer’s Choices Lead to “Make Good Art” My topic for today was going to be about how authors can make choices that were rarely possible before software opened the production and distribution methods to the interested layman. I … Continue reading

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Oahu, Hawaii for Beach Nuts

Swimming is the miracle exercise. Your body is buoyed by the water, putting little stress on your muscles and joints. You can go at your own pace, pausing when you want and speeding up when you feel particularly energetic. You … Continue reading

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