Tag Archives: Memorial Day

Remembering Why We (Can) Write

Why do you write? For many, the answer is as primal as “why do I breathe? Because I have to.” Some may cite that they have a message that begs to be heard, some insight into a larger truth that … Continue reading

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Baby, You’re a Firework

Katy Perry’s song has been running through my head for the last couple of days and I thought it was just an earworm caught from all the 4th of July revelry, but I realized this morning that maybe it’s in … Continue reading

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We interrupt this regularly scheduled blog …

I admit, I love my day job. I love the bustle, I love how I get to work on some really cool projects with a great team. The one down side is when my anal-retentiveness flares up and I work … Continue reading

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Not Dead Yet

I have a fun problem to have and need some advice. As I posted a few weeks ago, I’m taking a vacation from querying; mostly because I needed a break from the rejection, but also because I now think that … Continue reading

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My Own Memorial Day

The end of May is a time of reflection for me. Not only do I take a moment to thank the veterans and those still serving our country, I think about the people in my life – both still with … Continue reading

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