ELIZABETH ( DINAH) SANDERS nee CRAIG.
THE MOTHER OF MY FATHER.
1. Write for a reason
2. Write often
3. Write tight
4. Make good friends
5. Find good enemies
6. Let the story unfold
7. Stand up, speak out
8. Be sexy
9. Use your archives
Do let your work on the Living Web flow from your passion and your play, your work life and your life at home. Establish a rhythm, so your writing comes naturally and your readers experience it as a natural part of their day or their week. But if the rhythm grows onerous, if you find yourself dreading your next update or resenting the demands of your readers, if you no longer relish your morning web routine or your evening note-taking, find a new rhythm or try something else. Change the schedule, or voice, or tone. Switch topics. Try, if you can, to resist the temptation to drop things entirely, to simply stop.
where would-be writer works with words
thoughts words and deeds
I will shatter a word and scatter the contents into the wind to share it with the world.
Keeping it real, and raw!
Cafe Vaquera... the internet corral of Jane E. Herrold
The Physician Wellness Movement and Illegitimate Authority: a Need for Revolt and Reconstruction
I choose to collect memories instead of things. " To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, to draw closer, to find each other and to feel. That is the purpose of 'Life' "