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What do you do when you have nothing to write?

Writing - trustLast year, around Thanksgiving, I found inspiration in an article I wrote titled, Our Legacy: A Few Thoughts, an Editor, and a Holiday  Click to read the original post (opens in a new window).

This year, I thought that I would try my hand at recording this post. I thought about doing a video,

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Rejection Revisited (Part 2)

According to Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, a rejection slip is: a printed slip enclosed with a rejected manuscript returned by an editor to an author. Most Writing - Dictionary - Rejection Revisitedtimes I agree with Merriam-Webster. It’s my preferred dictionary; but in this case, they are not up to date. They obviously don’t know that rejections are done ten times more efficiently today by email.

Since rejection is something we all deal with at times, I enlisted four writers and asked them each to write a little about how to handle rejection and keep writing.

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A brief interuption for a short message…

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I hope you’ve seen my last two posts answering your questions. I usually post about once a week to give you a chance to see them, comment, and share. Today, I’m posting a message because I’m featured on the HESO project blog (heart and soul). It is a shorter writing for Mini Memoir Monday. I hope it brightens your day! Check it out here.

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"A writer looks at a screen or piece of paper like a canvas. They see a country unexplored, a picture unpainted, a tale not told. They dare to venture into the barren land, explore its dark corners, and paint its pictures. Then they unveil the epic with the goal of compelling people to visit their newly discovered territory.”
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