What is good writing?

What is good writing?

What is good writing?

We will get to what is good writing in a moment. First, let me apologize in advance for any typos in this post. As some of you know, those who follow me on Facebook, I have an injury to one of my left fingers. It makes typing difficult esp. an E or an R or well, all letters my left hand usually types. This post will be short due to this, also. So, on to the subject at hand. Have you ever closed a book and thought, “Man, that was a great book”? What do you think made you say

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Self-Care: Stop the self-doubt

Self-Care: Stop the self-doubt

Welcome back, Zanies! Today we are getting into the subject of self-doubt. .If you are certain you do not have any of these, then please enjoy this post Hope your summer is starting off right. I am still unemployed and am starting to worry about it. Guess that’s what brought on the idea for this blog post. The idea came to me how I need to focus on good things. Don’t we all? So, here’s a few ways to get our heads out of the cloud of self-doubt, and I hope you find that it helps you if you find

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Is it time to quit #writing that book?

Is it time to quit #writing that book?

So what do you do when brainstorming is an utter #fail? What happens when the outline does nothing to help you see your way clear to the end of a book that just isn’t working? What do you do when a book JUST ISN’T working? Do you quit writing it? WALL ART DEAL: BUY 1, GET 1 50% OFF – Use code: ZAZZBOGOARTZ – Starts: 06/12/2019 12:00 AM Expires: 06/12/2019 11:59 PM At what point do you say, I want out of this disastrous book relationship? Here are a few points to give you a bit of insight: 1. When

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Sick and cannot write? Join the club!

Sick and cannot write? Join the club!

Have you been sick? Well, it’s March and it is simply madness! My greatest apologies for my lack of updates. I took ill and have been battling the flu and bronchitis for weeks now. Sometimes you just cannot stand to do more than the norm. I have felt like that. You haven’t missed a thing, either. I haven’t written more than ten words in months. It’s just difficult when you don’t feel well.     So, my question to you is: What do you do when you are sick and need to get your word count in? What is your

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Hiking Trip part five – the waterfall

Hiking Trip part five – the waterfall

Last day: the waterfall Last time we met, I was checking out an old 1800s cemetary. There was so much spookiness on those grounds, even Stephen King would have enjoyed it. I hope to get to go back some day and let my writing mind take over. It’s hard to do that when you are so filled with fresh air and excitement as I was from the hike. I even captured a little of fall’s colors (or maybe it was death to a living thing from a hot summer?) At any rate, it was an exciting day hike on route

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