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December 30, 2006


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S William Shaw

Here's hoping your goals and dreams come true in 2007. My writing goals have become easier to manage.

Write or edit daily.




Steve — Thanks so much! All best wishes right back at you.

Your generous blogging has created an active, interesting writers community online that enriches all of us. I'm sure the good karma will be repayed.

I find the simplest mantras are the most easy to remember, follow and put into action. Your "Write or edit daily. Submit." could benefit writers everywhere (if they follow it).


I love this kind of stuff. Can't wait to check it out. Meanwhile, I wanted to stop by and say how happy I was to "meet" you in 2006, and to wish you a brilliant 2007.


Patry — I know you'll enjoy the Mission builder. It's very enlightening.

I'm so happy to have "met" you, too! You are one of the true, generous, bright lights out there in the blogosphere. You shine on everyone, and this helps us shine, too.

I have a feeling 2007 is going to be amazing for you. I can't wait until your book comes out!

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