Monthly Archives: December 2012

Living the Dream

I have heard others who are enjoying their lives say they are “living a dream.” The kid who works hard and makes it to the big leagues, the starving artist who begins to make a living with her art, the … Continue reading

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Socially Signing Signs of Struggle

There’s an enormous, hugely-exciting, and breathtaking social EVENT taking place this Saturday afternoon in Greenville, South Carolina, from 4-6 PM at Fiction Addiction, the best bookstore east of the Mississippi River. And, in a moment of shameful self-promotion, I must … Continue reading

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Signs of Struggle Sequel….

Some writer once said that there is real fear when beginning to write something new. There is that blank page, or screen, and nothing to build on. Just the author and the idea and all that can be, or not. … Continue reading

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Fruitcake and Follicles

This is truly the season of giving, but have you noticed that everyone who has something to sell claims their product or service is ‘the perfect gift for Christmas’? I just heard on the radio a commercial claiming that their … Continue reading

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