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Writing Hangovers and Post-Project Breakdowns

When this post by Steph Auteri popped up in my Feedly queue, my immediate reaction was: “Wait… Not everyone breaks down after finishing a project?” The post-project breakdown is so common in my creative family that we’ve come up with workarounds. For

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Is Fiverr.com a conflict of interest for freelance writers?

Just read an article on Write to Done about publishing ebooks. I had never heard of Fiverr.com, which was recommended as a place to get a book cover designed for a mere $5. I checked Fiverr out and discovered you can get

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Hey, Writer Girl

I’ve been going going going all week and today it finally caught up with me. The repetitive writer pain that started in my wrist and moved to my shoulder has now jumped body parts. I awoke with pain in my

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Phoneless, Phoneless (Moonlight Sleeping on a Midnight Lake)

When wi-fi, 3G and/or USB modems were MIA in Africa, I used my iPhone as a personal hotspot to keep up with our blog—and ran up a $2,900 bill in the process. Miraculously, in an unprecedented and random act of kindness, AT&T waived

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The Journey Begins…

We’re at T-3 hours, and I still have to straighten my hair, do some laundry, pick up adapters and print all my travel info. It’s just like the Amazing Race! Thanks to everyone for getting me the info I needed,

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