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The MommyBlogger Formula and Why I’m Sick of It

Cover of The Stepford Wives I’ve been doing a little side work lately, and one of the tasks I’ve been doing is a little social media ad campaign research. This involves me looking at a lot of blogs, 90% of … Continue reading

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It’s Impossible to be Original (but not really)

When I was young, I dreamed of becoming a great novelist. So far, I still haven’t found the “novelist” groove, although I did make it about 1/3 of the way through writing one novel, and about 10% into another, both … Continue reading

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Writing a book isn’t easy.

Image by Ian Wilson via Flickr You may be looking at the title of this post and be thinking, “Well, I could have told you that.” I mean, newsflash, the last time anyone thought writing a book would be easy … Continue reading

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Rejection stings the eyes, but emboldens the heart

Image by KatieL366 via Flickr Over a month ago, I applied to a very well paying freelance writing job; one that would have doubled my income and for which I was well-qualified. It would have been a step up as … Continue reading

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Writers: Stop living in fear.

I could make a lot of theories as to why it’s the case, but for whatever reason you want to believe – hypersensitivity, upbringing, a constant sense of humility, perfectionism, etc. – writers live in a state of fear. They’re … Continue reading

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