Archive | June, 2010

Want More Time to Write? Stop Doing What You Know How to Do!

Someone wise once told me “If you want to do something you don’t know how to do, stop doing what you do know how to do.” So if you want more time to write and don’t know how to get it, here are some suggestions: Stop clearing your desk Stop emptying the dishwasher, dusting your […]

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Want More Time to Write? Stop Multitasking!

If you think doing two or three things at once will save you time, think again. Oh sure, your cerebellum can keep you walking, talking and chewing gum at the same time, but only because you have practiced these physical activities so much that they are automatic. But when it comes to doing things that […]

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Wahoo Moments! Last week I reached a couple of significant milestones and I hope you’ll join me in celebrating. I signed a retainer contract with a new agent: Michelle Brower of Folio Literary Management. Michelle has outstanding discernment – she did fall in love with my book, after all. Seriously, I think Michelle is a […]

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Are You in the Dream Business?

“To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan… believe… act!” – Alfred A. Montapert Writers are in the dream business. We take the ephemeral wanderings of our minds and the apparently random firing of our neurons and transform them into words and images that can change the world. All we have […]

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