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Why it’s so quiet here

There are a lot of reasons. A) I’m sick of focusing on myself. And blogs – especially writer blogs focused on self promotion (no matter their subject) do that, a lot. Also, so does Facebook. Anyone who knows me on Facebook knows I’ve gone pretty much silent there. B) I’m ...

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Writing in a Journal

I got a journal when I was 12 years old. I didn’t write regularly in it, but enough is there to bring me back to that time and attitude. One entry, March 3, 1984, on the second day of having the flu, started out with this: Today was just as bad ...

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Pressing Forward

I’ve been a bit hesitant to jump back into this. Even with several posts in my buffer, I’m nervous. Yet I can’t shake the feeling that now is the time. So, here is the re-inaugural post: The lost two years of this blog, when I wrote in it, focused on moving ...

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Hello world! Again!

Okay, it’s still morning, so I can say “Good Morning World!” A new dawn after my blog apocalypse. My dear husband, Vladimir, found an old backup. Our previous provider, very well known, is proving again and again that they just don’t care about their customers. They used to be good, ...

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Please excuse my dust

I’m redoing the theme of my blog. It may be messy for a while, especially since I have a lot else on my plate. – Hmmm, the redo of the blog got LOST in the Blog Crash of 2015. So as of April, it’s messy again. Here’s to finding a ...

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Vladimir has a blog!

My husband isn’t much of a writer, though he is a great story teller. As many know, he is also an artist and is responsible for most of the artwork in our book, Vue 7 From the Ground Up. So his blog is mostly pictures he has created, though he’ll ...

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Acute publishing crisis

Hey all, Like to read? Wanna buy my book someday? Buy a book. Like, now… http://editorialass.blogspot.com/2008/11/crash-flow-or-what-went-wrong-in.html I was thinking about going a different direction than I sometimes do, this Christmas. I’ll probably do what I usually do. Predictable and yet, always a surprise. Actually, it can take a long time ...

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