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Begin With a List

I’ve been writing professionally since 1972, and one thing I’ve learned is that a piece turns out best if I allow it to follow its own path. I’ve often begun with an intention to focus on one topic and then find the work ends up veering in an alternate direction. If I allow the research […]

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The Reality of an Author

Writing a book is at the top of the list of goals for many of us. We believe our unique thoughts, ideas, and experience will entertain, inform, or persuade an audience. And just maybe, we can make some money in the process. The basic principle in writing is to write what we know. I’ve published […]

Review Power

How many stars would you give a product that answered a particular need you were seeking to answer? One of the greatest draws to online shopping is the ability to read consumer reviews. Products always sell better when recommended. Most comments will reveal a range of satisfaction, but by reading them we can determine if […]

From Concept to Print

When asked how long it took me to write a specific book, I answer something like, “Two years and a lifetime.” The quantity of time in such a project is not measurable. So much of who I am, what I’ve learned, and my personal experiences contribute toward every work. It’s not unusual for me to contemplate a […]