Study to Make Yourself a Successful Author

What makes a writer successful? It depends on how you define success. For some writers, it’s creating a runaway bestseller. For others it’s winning literary awards; and for still others, it’s building a reputation for writing good books and publishing them regularly, which will bring notoriety and a nice supplemental income. How you determine success […]

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Gypsy Woman

The WP Daily Word—Undulate I’m reminded of a song of my youth. Gypsy Woman by Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions. It describes a lovely, dark-haired woman dancing around a campfire light. The song is full of imagery and longing. The images are so vivid that every time I hear the song, I can see her […]

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Can Altering a Blogging Schedule Effect Readership?

I have to confess that, lately, I’m more a blogger than an author, and it has become a dilemma. If I quit blogging regularly, readers who look forward to at least four posts a week may go away. If I continue blogging, readers of my novel, who were looking forward to the next book in […]

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Was My iPhone-6 Part of Apple’s Deliberate Power-Down?

WP—The Daily Post prompt—TORN I am so torn, people! I’m like that kid in the commercial who after years of buying the new iphone, finally goes with the Samsung Galaxy. [See video below after reading my article] The last scene of the promo shows him walking past a line of iphone buyers camped outside an Apple […]

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A Body’s Self-healing is Really Miraculous

The WP The Daily Post Prompt—MIRACULOUS I’ve watched super heroes and characters like that, And marveled when they healed in nothing flat. Then, I cut my thumb and boy, it did bleed. I considered the ER, but said, “No, no need.”   A discarded medical kit sat on my shelf. I took it down and treated […]

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