August 16, 2014 08:27:17
Posted By John Poindexter
Okay where did summer go? We had four days with students and already the temperature is falling lower, especially at night with a 46 just the other night. It is not time for cold weather yet, school just started.
It has been a busy week getting back into the swing of going to school and introducing the students to a new class. I haven't decided if it is going to be a long year or short one like last year. Last year seemed to fly by, but this week sure didn't.
In the writing world:
If you are looking for some good reading, check Roz Morris' blog at Nail Your Novel. http://www.nailyournovel.com/
Also check out K.M. Weiland's site Helping Writers Become Authors for some good reading. http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/
Joanna Penn's website The Creative Penn at http://www.thecreativepenn.com/ is another good website to learn what is going on in the writing world as well as independent publishing world.
All of these authors can provide an abundance amount of writing advice via their respective websites.
I enjoy reading their material and finding the new articles that come on-line often. I am sure you will too.
Okay, now what have you been up to? I have not had a chance to do any writing in the last week. Have you?
Please leave a comment down below telling us what is going on in your world. There are over 2000+ readers of this blog and surely someone has something to say. It is not hard to leave a comment.
I have surgery Tuesday, so it is a short work week for me with having another day for recover after the surgery. Hopefully, everything will be okay and the problem will be fixed.
I look forward to reading some of your comments.
Until next time,
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