June 24, 2019
You Can Always Do More Than You Think You Can

guest post by developmental editing client Scott Forrester What have you done recently that was a bit challenging? I recently participated in the Western States 100 training run that covers the last 22 miles of its 100.2-mile race course. The training run is a unique event and wonderful opportunity to experience the legendary course if […]

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June 3, 2019
Three Ways Entrepreneurial Writers Can Boost Performance

As many of you know, I do not do sponsored posts nor do I use affiliate links or make money in any other way by promoting the work of others. When I do so it’s because I trust the person, respect their work, and truly believe that my clients and readers will benefit from what […]

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Many disciplines of screenwriting can be applied to prose in all genres, from epic novels to short stories. We’ll discuss a few and how they can improve your writing. Every Word Earns Its Place In movies, every second of film costs thousands of dollars to produce. There is no time or money for superfluous words. […]

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