Caution: Writer at Work

partial clock. Image courtesy of stock.xchng®Since returning from Aspen Summer Words, I’ve finished an essay (minus one last proof), revised a chapter and drafted two more. For the first time, I also compiled all the pages I’d written so far and discovered I had more than 130. I didn’t realize I’d written so much and it’s a perfect motivator to keep going.

A big copywriting project is lurking in the wings and it’s soon to occupy the majority of my days. So, I’m being stingy with my time and trying to get the words on the page. This week’s blog posts will be on the lighter (shorter, less researched) side.

That said, I don’t want to waste your time. While you’re here, I’d love to hear from you. What types of posts interest you the most? What would you like to read more of—or less of? What burning question would you like me (and your fellow readers) to try answering? The floor is yours.

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  1. Essays – how do you decide what to write about, and where do you get them published? I’ve loved writing essays since I was in high school (many years ago!), but now that I don’t have any teachers telling me what to write about, I’m sometimes at a loss. I also have the dreaded disease of “who wants to read an essay about something I care about?”. Any suggestions or hints would be great!

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