Monthly Archives: December 2012

Repair the World by Rochelle Melander

Save some time to dream Save some time for yourself Don’t let your time slip away Or be stolen by somebody else —John Cougar Mellencamp The Mayan calendar ends its cycle on Friday, December 21, and some believe the world … Continue reading

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Marketing Consciously by Lillian Brummet

I am delighted to welcome Lillian Brummet to the blog to talk about her approach to marketing books. This is great stuff. Enjoy! Marketing Consciously by Lillian Brummet I was delighted when Rochelle invited me to write an article on … Continue reading

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Wild Dreaming: More Questions to Transform Your Writing Life by Rochelle Melander

One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore. —André Gide Last week, you reflected on the past year—what worked, what didn’t work, and what you learned from each experience. In addition, you thought about what … Continue reading

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WritersRead: Holiday Gift Ideas for Writers by Sarah C. Lange

I’m delighted to welcome back guest blogger Sarah C. Lange for some absolutely fabulous gift recommendations for writers. Enjoy! —Rochelle WritersRead: Holiday Gift Ideas for Writers by Sarah C. Lange If you’re like most writers I know, even though you … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Writing Cookbooks by Maggie Green

  Writers@Work: Writing Cookbooks by Maggie Green For my 18th birthday my boyfriend gave me a copy of the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. It’s possible another teenaged girl may have felt insulted to receive such a gift, but I … Continue reading

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Questions to Transform Your Writing Life by Rochelle Melander

This morning when I opened my email, I was drawn to the headline in Cheryl Richardson’s weekly tip: The Right Question: One simple self-care tip to change your life. The question Cheryl encourages readers to ask themselves: What can I … Continue reading

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