Un-lurking

- by Barbara Meyers

If you belong to a writers’ group, or any group with an internet presence for that matter, there is probably a discussion loop to which you have access.  Being on the loop is usually optional and whether or not to post on it is your choice.  I’ve discovered that posts are often made by the […]

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Change is Good

- by Barbara Meyers

I think what we have to ask ourselves is this: Are we going to be swept aside by the current onslaught of change in the industry or are we going to hunker down, embrace a force we can’t control and emerge stronger and better than we were before?

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Mark Twain Didn’t Twitter

- by Barbara Meyers

Mark Twain didn’t Twitter Thoreau had no Facebook If I don’t do both I’ll get a dirty look How did Wharton promote? Milton had no Myspace But if I’m not on it I’ll have egg on my face (Since Lord Byron didn’t blog Was his work lost in a fog?) Get your name out there […]

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Good-bye from the Beach

- by Barbara Meyers

The conference is done; Lou’s about to speak. It’s truly been an incredible week. We started on Thursday Brainstorming on the Beach. A lot of industry information our members did reach. Then on Friday we gathered for more enlightening talk. Frozen drinks, lunch, or a relaxing beach walk. Some of the discussions were quite intense. […]

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