Monthly Archives: October 2011

Stories that stay with you

Some stories stay with you long after they’ve been written. That’s what happened when I wrote about Kevin, a former doctor, who found himself living on the edge of mainstream society. Continue reading

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Interruptions interfere with writing

I thought it was just me. But it turns out that interruptions are detrimal to the writing process. The human brain was built to concentrate on one thing at a time. And a Univeristy of California study shows that dealing with interruptions gets more difficult the older a person gets. Continue reading

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Social media not necessary to be BC bestseller

Every author wants their book to be a bestseller. And many believe that social media is the way to make that happen. But sometimes all it takes is some old-fashioned marketing skills. Continue reading

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