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April 10, 2008


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Dawn Goldberg

I like that topic. It does get one's brain going....

I'd love to see what other people write. I'm happy to do that, too. I just have to think and get clear. It's not a one-minute exercise. :)


Hi Dawn! Absolutely -- thinking and getting clear is key. I agree with you; it is NOT a one-minute exercise, and I think many people think it is.

Great writing takes time! It is a process, it is a journey to enjoy along the way, and I'm quite serious when I say it. There's a lot of sweat behind fantastic tales, and they are in part so fantastic because of all the sweat behind it.

Hmmm... you've given me another blog post idea. Thanks, my writing/blogging friend! :)

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