Tag Archives: inspiration

Gardening and Writing

“The fair weather gardener, who shall do nothing except when the wind and weather are favorable, will never master his craft.” Gardening takes persistent and patience and a willingness to get your hands and fingers dirty as you dig in … Continue reading

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Water, water everywhere–I hope!

WATER Currently, I am reading Blue Mind: The Science That Shows how Being Near In On or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier More Connected and Better At What You Do. Certainly, the subtitle alone would catch my attention. … Continue reading

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Main Vacation- Maine

Vacation time.  A time to decompress, reflect and enjoy.  This one is a special one. Our rental house overlooks Chandler Bay  in Jonesport, Maine.  Each morning, we watch lobster boats in the ocean, birds diving for food and enjoy the … Continue reading

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An Irish Tale

As a guest speaker at book clubs and writing groups one ot the most frequently asked questions is: Where do you get your ideas? My answer is everywhere. One of the topics I use to illustrate  where one finds ideas … Continue reading

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Book Clubs for Writers

One of my speaking topics is “Book Clubs for Writers,” a topic that brings together two passions of novelists.  Stephen King proclaims, “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: you must read … Continue reading

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