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Copywriting Codex: How Tom Cruise’s Love Life Can Make You a Better Writer

How’s your week been so far? It’s Hump Daaaaaaaaaaaaaay! (Which I still don’t know the history behind, even after searching the Entire-net). I hope yours is going great though, I know that for sure. Let’s get to it for today. … Continue reading

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Different Sides of Mother’s Day, as Told by My Facebook Feed and More…

How was your weekend? Mine was really good–we had a short shopping trip, so no papers or comics. But it was Mother’s Day, which was cool. Writing fiction (and copywriting) are both about persuasion, because both types of writing are … Continue reading

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What Lies Deep Inside: A Second Look at Before I Fall

How’s it going? I wanted to chat a bit more about Before I Fall, especially since I took a look at more of it. And it has great application for fiction writers and copywriters, of course. Let’s get to it … Continue reading

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How Snow Can Help You Write Better Fiction and Copy

How’s your week going so far? In my last post, I said I’d tell you a bit more about frozen white stuff that drifts from clouds (see the title of this post–I think I hear meowing coming from my bag…oops … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Kitties: How Cats Helped Me Write Better Fiction and Copy

How was your weekend? I got back from an out-of-state trip to see my aunt up in Wisconsin. We’d gone there to visit and help her out–she’s recovering from major surgery, and was staying with her daughter and son-in-law while … Continue reading

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I Thought This Was Inexcusable, Until I Tried It…

How’s it going? I mentioned a couple of posts ago that my primary internet was out (being dial-up and all), and that I had to subsist for about 8 days using my phone to access the internet. What an experience. … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Business And Creating Your World…

Last post, I forgot to mention something about my aunt and uncle’s dog (you can read about why she was a bit down in the dumps here). I know I talked about business building already in this post, but I … Continue reading

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Fiction And Copy Decoded In A (Huge) Nutshell, And Why You Should Care…

Hope everyone had an awesome weekend. I’m doing things differently today. I’ve cut down to three posts per week, and since I have a consult, I’ll be making the Thursday post the Wednesday post, if I can. Fiction writers and … Continue reading

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What’s Your Problem?

If I walked up to you and said that, what would you think? It would depend on the situation. If I didn’t know you, you might think I was trying to annoy you. If you and I were good friends, … Continue reading

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Lost and Fascinated: How Spanish TV Opened up My Mind to be a Better Writer

I watched some Spanish TV the other day. If I remember right, it was a daytime talk show. For those of you who don’t know, I’ve always been interested in foreign languages. Can’t say why, really. But I know only … Continue reading

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