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When I found this picture, I thought it was an appropriate illustration since I did start writing with a pen and paper those many moons ago before computers.
While I now write by typing on a keyboard, I still love the look and feel of a fine fountain pen.
Most days I can be found in my office, typing away on said keyboard, but sometimes other commitments take me away from that daily routine, and I have been known to snarl just a bit when that happens. We writers tend to be a bit obsessed about the need to be working, but it is true that if we are removed from the creative process for long periods of time, we become stale.
We never want to do that.
Stale is bad for brownies and bread and stories.
My short story, “No Starch in the Turkey, Please,” was recently accepted for an anthology that will release this November. The good people at Untreed Reads have published four editions of The Killer Wore Cranberry anthologies, each with new stories, and I am happy to be included in the upcoming fifth edition.
Calling all writers!
S&H Publishing, a company I have a story with, has started a sister company Short & Helpful Online Workshops. I am excited to be a part of the series with a Webinar on editing. The entire series is now available in sets of three, or individually, and workbooks are available as well.
Even after all these years of writing, I learned something new from taking the workshops, Premise and Structure by Catherine Jordon and Writing Memoir by Barbara Carducci.
You can find a full list of the workshop topics and presenters on the website, and they are all very affordable.