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My March Reads. What Did You Read This Month?

While on the road, there are advantages and disadvantages to being able to read. At the end of the day, I can snuggle in with my audible books and really enjoy the silence of nature as I drift off. It's not always that easy though. When you're travelling the quarters are close and apparently there… Continue reading My March Reads. What Did You Read This Month?

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Five Reasons Why You Should Never Compare Yourself to Other Writers

Being a Writer is Difficult Photo by Anny Patterson on Pexels.com The reality of being a writer is that it is YOU who creates the most problems. When your writer brain gets wedged between a negative space and a boulder--guess what--you're in trouble. One of the first things you need to learn as a writer… Continue reading Five Reasons Why You Should Never Compare Yourself to Other Writers

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My November Reads… What Did you Read? And How–Audio, E-Book, or Paperback?

I've found recently, that I've been "listening" to about 75% of the books I 'read'. Audio gives me the freedom to listen while relaxing, moving about, or in bed. One thing about a paperback, which I also love, love, love, is that my eyes get heavy very quickly and an afternoon nap follows. A wonderful… Continue reading My November Reads… What Did you Read? And How–Audio, E-Book, or Paperback?