Tag Archives: Readers

Holiday Season Is a Good Time to Write

Many people tell me they don’t have time to write during the holiday season, and that they postpone many of their literary efforts until the new year. However, I think it is a particularly good and healing time to write. … Continue reading

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On Language Patrol: Avoid These Expressions

I’ve been keeping track again of stale language I’ve read in newspapers and magazines these past few weeks. Feature writers and columnists shouldn’t resort to using these hackneyed terms and phrases: 1) pork barrel 2) acid test 3) bone of … Continue reading

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What Do You Read in Your Spare Time?

In my blogs, I often tell writers that if they want to get published in certain genres, they must do a lot of reading in that genre. Actually, regardless of the genre you want to write and get published in, … Continue reading

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