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Striving for perfection that doesn’t exist


It’s the striving for perfection that keeps us going, keeps us persisting to be a little better, a little smarter and a little braver Continue reading

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A writer’s brunch


Poached eggs, baked beans, microwave baked tomatoes, Wheat, Spelt and Rye toast, orange juice and of course the writer’s staple Coffee.  Writing on an empty stomach is never a good idea, so my Sunday morning treat is a brunch fit … Continue reading

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Work, rest and play


Oh, if only my life could be spent curled up on a sofa with a good book and an endless cup of tea.  But I need to get some writing done, need to get my book finished, get my book … Continue reading

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Dear Willow


Dear Willow I imagine sometimes in the comfort of my day dreams that you are lost, waiting for the time when you can arrive unexpectedly in my life and be the joy that I have always desired more than I care … Continue reading

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When your imaginary friends won’t talk to you


You know it’s bad when even your imaginary friends won’t talk to you! Some writer’s swear that writer’s block affect them, other dismiss it with alarming ferocity.  But as Gertrude Stein once wrote: If you write a half-hour a day, … Continue reading

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Eat More Frogs – Eliminate procrastination and be more effective


I don’t know about you, but it’s usually the things that I want to do the least that I put off for the longest time in both my professional and my personal life until I have no choice but to … Continue reading

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Writing feels like…


Sometimes writing feels like you’re doing too much of this:   and not enough of this:    

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