Tag Archives: Writers Resources

Picking An Apple: A Blog Dog Weighs In… Literary Rambles by Casey McCormick

  Here’s the thing; if I’m not writing, I should be finding an agent for my middle grade novel.    Writing to an agent to ask for representation is called querying.  The elusive art of writing query letters is almost an … Continue reading

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Perception Is Reality: (Part I) What My Husband Sees…

  What began as a light-hearted post about my husband worrying I spend too much time on the computer has turned into something I’d rather not have examined.  (After all, this from a man with three 24″ monitors; who is … Continue reading

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Picking An Apple: A Blog Dog Weighs In… There Are No Rules by Jane Friedman

Tuesday mornings have become very important to me.  I get to weigh in at the weekly Weight Watchers meeting at 9 a.m. and see how much weight I’ve lost in the past week. I try to approach this test with … Continue reading

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It Ain’t Pretty… or Where’s Robert De Niro When I Need Him?

  Let’s get right to the chase.  I managed to sweat out exactly fifteen pages to cover Friday, Saturday and Sunday, but it was at the cost of not sleeping in on Sunday and not getting to choose between Hoarding: … Continue reading

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Coyotes & Possums & Bats – Oh. No.

  We encourage wildlife to visit our backyard, but I do not invite birds, rabbits and squirrels into my home.  Last night I was up late in the spare bedroom writing, yes writing, when I heard scurrying overhead.  You know, … Continue reading

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What I Don’t Write Doesn’t Show Up In Public

  Some people wonder what I do all day.  Including my husband, his parents, my family, the neighbors and many of my friends.  I’m supposed to be writing, and sometimes I am, but more often than not, I’m led astray.  … Continue reading

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