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Losing the Safety Net – Part Two

Confession time: A few weeks ago, when I discussed writing without the safety net of a publisher or agent, I naively believed that my stay in limbo land would be a short one. That I would sign with a new … Continue reading

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Ambition Isn’t Easy

When I was young, I wasn’t what you’d call particularly ambitious. I was raised by a very traditional family. If my mom wanted more than to be a good wife and mother, she didn’t say so out loud. She considered … Continue reading

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The Path to Writing Success

For a while now, I’ve advocated the turtle method of writing success. Slow and steady wins the race.  It’s something I learned from listening to Brenda Novak speak: To make the best progress, keep your head down and focus on … Continue reading

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MARKETING OVERLOAD? Things are bit crazy this week as I’m gearing up for Monday’s release of The Billionaire’s Matchmaker by Entangled Publishing.  I was barely finished with my latest manuscript when I started writing blogs, sending out review copies and issuing … Continue reading

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SLOW AND STEADY Every so often I like to post or hang a picture of a turtle.  Seeing the creature reminds me that in life, success is not a sprint, but rather a slow, determined walk on your chosen path. … Continue reading

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