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STOP! Let Me Off This Merry-Go-Round!

Could you imagine riding in this on the carousel? I’ll let you come up with your own comments! You write and write that first draft. You put your heart and soul into it. You give your characters personalities and unique traits. They have voices and they talk to you and each other. There’s descriptions, dialogues, …

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Need An Editor?

Just a quick update today, letting you know what’s happening here on Karens Different Corners. First the title. I, like a lot of other new writers and authors, cannot afford a professional editor. I was on a group page on facebook this morning and found a welcome post to another author. You can find the …

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My Agenda, Can You Relate?

I have been so overwhelmed with all this internet stuff that I can’t seem to accomplish anything! My days seem to be non-stop; check emails, tweet, facebook comments, read blogs, comment on blogs, check emails, tweet, repeat! What hair I haven’t pulled out needs to be colored! So if you see a stressed out person …

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Today I Will! Or What Motivates You…

I feel like I am so far behind on all the things I need to do. Here it is Thursday already and I’m still dealing with the 140+ emails I received on Monday, not to mention all the new ones I’ve received since then. I also have about 4 blogposts I need to get written …

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Write, Edit, Revise

We have all faced problems of writing. We procrastinate, have writer’s block, and at times just not enough time in the day to write. We also have come up with various ways to get us through these little mishaps. We set timers and tell ourselves that we have to sit here and write for an …

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Monday! Time to Rejuvenate!

Mondays to me, are a new start to a new week, but then why does it say on our calenders that Sunday is the first day of the week? I’ve always been confused by this. In Biblical times it says God rested on the seventh day and we refer to that day as Sunday, so …

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