At least, that’s what Leo Tolstoy thought. If Leo is right, then I’ve been living life to it’s fullest lately, because tiny changes are all around. For the past eight years I’ve enjoyed having six (yes six) different WordPress blogs. The idea was that each would not only be about a book I’d written, itContinue reading “True life is lived when tiny changes occur.”
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Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.
We have Groucho Marx to thank for this witty line. It pops into my head every time I think about how time flies. Most of my life I’ve considered time, not money, to be my most valuable resource. Maybe I should have put it second to love, or joy, but if I’m honest with myself,Continue reading “Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.”
Warm-up Exercise: Your Life in One Page
I don’t write poetry often, and there’s a good reason. It’s not my gift. But I’m tackling my 165,000 word sixth novel with the goal of slimming it down to a less prosy 125,000. I really want to do this. I decided a warm up exercise was in order. I’ll never know quite how IContinue reading “Warm-up Exercise: Your Life in One Page”