Chasing The Beatles

- by Karen Tintori

Are you as boggled as I am that 50 years have passed since a record 70 million of us sat around our black and white television sets to watch “The” Ed Sullivan Show?  I watched that night with a mix of exhilaration and worry. I was already a Beatles fan, and this was my first […]

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Jenel Looney on being a Writer’s Assistant

- by Lina Gardiner

WELCOME JENEL!  Thank you for joining us and popping in throughout the day to answer questions. How did you become a virtual assistant? (What interested you in this job, etc.) It’d also be interesting to hear about your Masters in Writing. I had a lot of weird and seemingly unrelated skills I’d picked up over […]

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Writers’ New Year Resolution

- by Lina Gardiner

It’s a new year and most of us have some sort of plan for 2014, depending on whether we write by the seat-of-our-pants or we’re big-time organizers. I’m guessing these methods, or lack thereof, gravitate to organizational skills in other areas, as well. What works for you? Do you have the year laid out? In […]

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Snow Days

- by Dianne Drake

I watched the snow storm yesterday, and if left me with some odd questions. 1. Why did the store sell out of milk and bread? That’s a question I’ve never had answered. Quick, run to the store for milk and bread, we’re having a blizzard! I, for one bought neither. In fact, my cart (I […]

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