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May 10, 2007


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I've been there before! Especially with spring popping out...lots of outside chores calling for my time. I find my muse is more cooperative when I agree to work with her. ;-)
Good luck, I can't believe how many submissions there are....That many contacts is worth it all. Although it'll take awhile to get through them all.


rel — Forgetting to go outside...not uncommon in the writer's world. Must. Write. More. Words. ;)

I'll dive into the online submissions this weekend. A new, fun community to get to know --- where would we be without blogging?


Awesome list. Now...if only any of them worked for me, haha.

Anne Glamore

Also, if you smell the dinner you're supposed to be cooking burning, writing time is up.

My top 5 is at my place...

Sharon Sarmiento

Haha--great top 5, KG!

You know what I would like? I would like it if Darren Rowse (Problogger) would tell me what to write every week.

I just want to say, "Darren, what should we write about this week?"

This would make blogging/writing so much easier!

Eli James

When to stop writing? Ooh - when my life ebbs away, of course! =)

I love this - it's so tongue in cheek!


alicia — You sound quite prolific...NOTHING can stop you! ;)

Anne Glamore — Burning dinner, yes! That is a good one.

Sharon Sarmiento — If Darren could do that, he'd be a blogging superhero!

Eli James — Life? Huh, what's that? All I know is WRITING!!! ;)

Writer Dad

When your daughter says, "Why doesn't daddy like daytime anymore?"


Writer Dad — Hee hee. THAT is right on. :)

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