Dieter’s Lament by Pam Smith

Dieter’s Lament It’s taken awhile but I’ve finally accepted the fact that my dainty size 10 is now a thing of the long distant past. I’ve also reached the more humiliating stage where my reaction to something I’d rather not think about, like my weight, is to keep on justifying it. Sure, I’ve gained a […]

The Magic of Books

The Magic of Books by Amelie Books I have recently enjoyed This year has been a wonderful one for great books read. At any one time I have several books beside my bed, patiently awaiting their turn to entertain and inspire me. The last few months have been no exception and along the way I […]

Writing Strengths and Weaknesses

I read something interesting the other day and thought it would be useful to share with other writers. Actually, it doesn’t apply to just writers; people running any kind of business could benefit from these three steps of advice. I don’t know who wrote it other than that they were credited by Bob and Debby Gass in their […]

A Writer’s Imagination by Amelie Rose

  A Writer’s Imagination `With rainbows in my pocket, sun in my smile, and wings to circumnavigate the universe, there is no limit to where my imagination can take me.’ Is this how you feel as a writer? Imagine if you could soar and swoop around the universe, catching rainbows, beaming at the sun, dancing in the […]

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