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The Suffering Writer

writer at workI don’t like struggles. I don’t like suffering, and I don’t know any sane person who does. But in this broken world it is a fact of life. Ultimately we should hope for personal and spiritual growth when we emerge from those dark times, but the curve balls we are thrown, the pits we stumble into also offer experiences that can be used as tools.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Going Indie

It wasn’t all that long ago that if an artistic person wanted to pursue a career in their genre, they had to get past the gatekeepers: Agents, editors, publishing houses, record labels, and so on. And if their work didn’t “wow” or suit the needs of the person they were pitching their vision to, their dreams were never realized. Today we live in an era of indie, and for the writer, with the advent of e-books and cost free print on demand, many new indie authors are crashing the gates and building their own careers. Read the rest of this entry »

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