Tag Archives: responses

Writer’s Sex or Writer’s Love?

Today over on her blog Comma N’ Sentence, my friend and professional writer Laryssa Wirstiuk writes of the importance of being honest with oneself as a writer. Of the need for writers to be, as much as is possible, objective when it comes to reading their own works, and subsequently revising same. While she concedes …

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Too XYZ Featured on Examiner.com

One of my previous posts, “College? Epic Fail” has been quoted by Sharalyn Hartwell in a piece she wrote for Examiner.com. In it she comments on a recent survey, (conducted by Country Financial) about attitudes that the so called “millenials” are beginning to adopt in regards to higher education and its expenses. It’s called “Millenials …

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Kindred Blogger

I wanted to draw everyone’s attention to this post by fellow blogger, (and new Twitter acquaintance),  Ashley Nicole. She draws attention to how sometimes it feels like the hard work isn’t paying off. (Though she knows that one day it will, and she is right.) By far a more positive person then myself. But as …

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Some Fine Tips From Another Who May Be Too XYZ?

I came across this post, and I wanted to share it with readers of this blog, because I think it sums up perfectly how to keep a positive outlook when one finds that life has not turned out in a way that society would call successful. Read it here. I have not met Maggie, though …

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