Waiting For The Next Hospital Run

How are in-laws supposed to feel when, as an outside addition to the family, a loved one develops a health condition that has the whole family helping that loved one when he/she is home, and running back and forth to the hospital when that person is not well enough to be home? My energy is [...]

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The Best Editing Tools for Creative Writers

The Best Editing Tools for Creative Writers. by Robert Morris at interestingliterature.com. https://theowlladyblog.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/the-best-editing-tools-for-creative-writers/#like-53577 This is some great advice for any writer, regardless of genre, who struggles with revision and self-editing. There was no reblog button so you'll need to click on one of the above links to read the article.  

Broose the Moose on the Loose – New Children’s Book from Jemsbooks!

Jem Spina writes fabulous, fun children’s books. Absolutely had to reblog this.

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I am happy to announce my new children’s book. Book illustrated and cover created by my husband, John Spina. Copyrighted by Janice Spina and John Spina

Broose the Moose on the Loose from Jemsbooks! He joins my other five children’s books and is also written in rhyme with life lessons. Children will learn a valuable lesson about friendship and being kind to others.

imageBroose the Moose on the Loose is a sad moose who has no friends until he meets a young boy. Read what happens when Broose meets a boy with the same name as he.

There is a moose.

His name is Broose!

Keep a lookout for Broose!

He is now on the loose!

Broose is available on

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Amazon paperback

Kindle

Coming soon to Barnes & Noble and other bookstores online.

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you will check out Broose on links above. Your children…

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…Susan Toy outlines 10 Ways to Kill Your Writing…Part Two…

Part Two of advice from an accomplished author who used to work for a publisher. She knows what writers experience and she knows how to help us not shoot ourselves in our feet. Originally posted on seumasgallacher.com.

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…I’m delighted to run a five-days consecutive series of posts from my terrific pal, Author, Susan Toy, for every author to enjoy and prob’ly learn lots from… here’s PART TWO :

10 Ways to Kill Your Writing

This 5-part article is from a talk I gave at the Calgary Public Library Writers’ Weekend Feb. 4, 2012.

Thanks to all of you for reading this series that is very kindly being hosted by the ONE, the ONLY, SEUMAS GALLACHER!

Part 2

  1. Copy others and don’t search for and develop your own voice

When I first began writing creatively, I had already enjoyed a long career in bookselling and as a sales rep for publishers. During that time, I got to meet everyone – and I mean everyone!

Gail Bowen was one author I worked with who became a friend and I wanted to be just like her – writing mysteries…

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…Susan Toy outlines 10 Ways to Kill Your Writing… PART ONE…

This information is so valuable I felt it had to be reblogged. I am also posting it on my author website on google plus.

Seumas Gallacher

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…I’m delighted to run a five-days consecutive series of posts from my terrific pal, Author, Susan Toy, for every author to enjoy and prob’ly learn lots from… here’s PART ONE :

10 Ways to Kill Your Writing

This 5-part article is from a talk I gave at the Calgary Public Library Writers’ Weekend Feb. 4, 2012.

Thanks to all of you for reading this series that is very kindly being hosted by the ONE, the ONLY, SEUMAS GALLACHER!

Part 1

Since you’re taking time to read this series, and if you promise to stick with me right to the end, you will receive a very special gift, because I’ve been asked to talk about . . . 10 Ways to Kill Your Writing . . . and for today only, your very special gift includes 3 bonus ways!

First watch this video . . . Inside the Writer’s Mind

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