Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Writer’s Toolbox: Scrivener and WorkFlowy

Every trade has its tools. It’s true for a plumber, a businessman and for a writer. In my first post, I promised to talk more about the tools I have found to be especially useful in my daily work of … Continue reading

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On the Kindness of Friends and Strangers

The one thing I did not anticipate about becoming a writer was the loneliness. In hindsight, it seems silly. I anticipated—even welcomed—the solitude, but never considered loneliness a potential pitfall. When I first published my book, I didn’t know what … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of Doing Something Completely Different

The first thing you should know about me is that I am a goal-oriented guy. I like checking things off my to-do list, I enjoy finishing a project and I pay attention to the % complete bar on the footer … Continue reading

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