Category Archives: imagination

Guest: Author Leigh Lee

I am pleased to welcome my guest here today, author Leigh Lee. Leigh is a writer of historical romance and I find her work most enjoyable for a reason that will come to light in a few moments. Welcome, Leigh! … Continue reading

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Alternative Occupations

You can no longer work in the book industry: what do you do to earn a living? This is the stuff that dreams are made on, as Shakespeare wrote, (and was misquoted in The Maltese Falcon as “made of” and … Continue reading

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I Need the ‘Write’ Answer!

Despite new family changes, I am ready to get into the writings which I have put off finishing; most of it as a result of being kick-started by a recent guest and his writing/advice, and a friend of his who … Continue reading

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Do You Notice Well-Written Ads?

Have you ever been swayed by the appeal or cleverness of an ad? I know quite a bit about advertising. In fact, I knew the owner of a radio station who wanted to get me into advertising with him. Had … Continue reading

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Guest: Dennis Palumbo

Once again, I’ve found myself acquainted with a very famous writer. Dennis Palumbo has been a screenwriter, a teacher and a writer of non-fiction articles. He is a blogger, a mystery writer and a writer of thrillers, plus he writes … Continue reading

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Well, No, But Yes, And No, Yet, Yes

The question: “Are you writing the same kind of books you wrote when you first started?” Yes and no. When I started writing, it wasn’t books. I started out, (as an adult), writing (in earnest), songs, poetry and articles. The … Continue reading

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Not Quite the Same Old, Same Old

This week, one of our foxes asked, “Are you writing the same kind of books you wrote when you first started?” The answer for me – sort of. The first book I started writing in earnest is the story that … Continue reading

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