Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Fine Photo

Thank you Patricia Duff, author of the very nice article on Whidbey Art Source – and ace photographer. Here’s our first group photo. Nicely done Patricia. Read her regular Duff ‘n Stuff posts.

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Thank you Patricia Duff

Another perspective is frequently valuable. Patricia Duff of Whidbey Art Source interviewed the three of us about the upcoming workshop. Nicely done Patricia. (Wish I could grab the photo of the three of us.) Here’s the link: Duff ‘n Stuff … Continue reading

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Discovery!

I just returned from dinner with a writer who has published the traditional way (paper). I told him about the 21st century (!) and publishing advantages to go on-line. He had some understanding of that procedure and had searched for … Continue reading

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Did You Miss the Coffee?

On Saturday and Sunday we held our last two “coffee conversations” in Freeland and Coupeville.  It was great to have a chance to meet some of the writers who are interested in the August self-publishing weekend.  Every writer has a … Continue reading

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Getting Ready

Starting to get ready? I am. As next month’s inaugural Madrona workshop gets closer, I am getting closer to Molly and Wynn. We’ve been meeting with ourselves and others (and thanks to those who dropped by and visited). We are … Continue reading

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Get the Words Down, Fix Them

When I teach writing workshops, I point out that there are just two rules for writing: 1. Get the words down and 2. Fix them.  Getting the words down is the easiest part for most writers. This is the creative … Continue reading

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The Buzz Grows

The Buzz Grows As I continue to talk with people about our Publishing On-line Workshop, they are exciting ME even more about our August 18-19 presentation.  The interest I am hearing is that the three critical elements – high quality … Continue reading

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