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Freedom with Writing

Are you, like me, dusting off some stories or manuscripts that have been filed away for a few years? If so, you probably want to find homes for them. Or, you might be looking for periodicals that are in need of exactly the kind of articles you write.     Let me tell you about …

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Write Everyday–Right?

Yes, yes, I know writers are supposed to write everyday. When I am working on a specific project and have a deadline, that’s not too hard to do. In that case, what’s hard for me is to STOP writing and get up to stretch, guzzle some water or make something halfway nutritious to eat. On …

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What I Did on my “Summer Vacation”

This June, after a couple months of manageable aches—which were probably aggravated by aquacize, carrying heavy groceries, and a very aggressive therapeutic massage—I was suddenly in agonizing pain. And that surprised me, because I thought I was “doing everything right”. In January I had decreased my work week at my job from 5 days a …

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Health Problems are a Write-Off

Health Problems are a Write-Off After spending the first warm day in weeks at the park with my camera, I was surprised to find my back and knees aching by the time I got home. That annoyed me, because I didn’t think I was doing anything particularly strenuous, so yesterday when I went to the …

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Kindergarten Writing contest – deadline is February 28, 2011

Do you have a story that would appeal to kindergarteners? Enter it into the Children’s Writer® Kindergarten contest , and you could win cash! The grand prize is $500 and publication in the Children’s Writer® ! Here are some guidelines: Write a fictional story or nonfiction about family life or school for ages 5-6, up …

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