Category Archives: Reading and Writing

You Know You’re a Writer When…

You know you’re a writer when you turn 2,400 words into 500, and you celebrate. Copyright                                   Disclaimer

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No Foolin’ – Ann Hood Visits NH

Canceled… due to weather. So disappointing! To learn more, go to NHWritersProject.org. Copyright                                   Disclaimer  

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Twitter Authors – Jessica Estevao

I’m pleased to share this post announcing the release of Whispers Beyond the Veil by Jessica Estevao. In the world of writing, I have discovered authors that guide and support fledgling writers. Jessica is one of those people. I am … Continue reading

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Leaving Killarney

A quick update for those that follow Toss the Typewriter. Please don’t give up on me.  I’ll be back soon. Balancing a full-time job with writing has been a challenge. I’m mid-way through my first draft of my second novel. … Continue reading

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Distraction Gratitude

Across the earth, folks are feverishly adding words to their novels in order to meet the 50,000 word goal of the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). There are many that will make the goal, and others that will go on … Continue reading

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