Posts Tagged "Writing life"

Why I Never Would Have Written If Not for Goals By Cynthia Beach

Why I Never Would Have Written If Not for Goals By Cynthia Beach

By on Aug 7, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

I love the idea of writing. Yet daily I resist it. With a heap of discouragement from my not-so-friendly Critic, my typical resistance routine goes like this: Cynthia: Gosh, now’s a good time to write. The Critic:  Write? Nah. What about all those rejections? Why don’t you do something useful instead like clean the lint out of the dryer vent? Cynthia: [She veers...

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Keep On by Sherry Taylor Cummins

Keep On by Sherry Taylor Cummins

By on Jul 26, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

“Sit with us Sherry!” At a 3000-person conference luncheon, it felt good to be invited. Tempted, I thanked my friends and begged off to sit where I didn’t know anyone! Conversation was easy and soon, Lisa from Cvent, mentioned the event management software company’s need for hospitality blog writers. “I’m a writer!” I said. She seemed interested and took my card....

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How Connection Keeps Me Writing by Beth Sowles

How Connection Keeps Me Writing by Beth Sowles

By on Jul 7, 2017 in Blog | 2 comments

Ah those connections, it’s amazing to me the variety of places – and people – that connections pop up. I will whole-heartedly admit that I depend on them. My soul searches for those connections. I have been blessed with people in my life and their encouragement in my writing. My therapist is probably my biggest cheerleader ever. She is the person who first told me...

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