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Editors Aren’t God, They’re Only Trying to Do This…

How’s it going? A couple posts back, I mentioned talking about something that gave me an interesting take on the craft of editing (and writing, too). Let’s get to it. I’ve never really thought of editors as mean or what-have-ya, … Continue reading

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Mr. Long Italian Name: How My Cousin’s Fiance Inspired Me to Write More Engaging Fiction and Copy

How’s your week been so far? Mine’s been pretty good, and I’ll still be pulling some good writerly nuggets out of the wedding I went to. Anyway, let’s get to it. Something unfolded at the wedding that I thought was … Continue reading

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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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