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Welcoming an Old Family Member Home by Heather Novak

Many, many (many…many…) years ago, I was a world-titled organist. After my grandparents passed away, one of the many instruments I inherited was a Grinnell Brothers piano. Grinnell Brothers was one of the leading piano/organ manufactures in Detroit until the … Continue reading

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In Case of Writer’s Block, Break Glass by Heather Novak

Between broaching the busy season at my day job and the mounds of grief, I’ve been crawling out of my skin. There was no writing. There wasn’t even reading. I even considered deleting my author page and quitting my blogs. … Continue reading

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Change the View from your Chair by Heather Novak

As summer is drawing to a close (HOW?! I don’t know either), I find my writing is flat, my stress is high, and my blog posts have seen better ideas. Without vacation time (or a vacation budget), how do you … Continue reading

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Just Can’t Write Today by Heather Novak

What to do when you just can’t write? Last week I had planned to finish edits on my manuscript, and then life happened. It was one hit after another and my writing time was filled with trips to the doctors, … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned: Secret 6 – I’m Stuck!

I’ve been stuck in my recent work in progress, Book Two in the Arnhem Knights of New York series. One reason was I needed to do several things. When I’m stuck, I have to change gears. I’m not listening to … Continue reading

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Lost in Words, What Would You Do? by Gerri Brousseau

In the spring I started to write a contemporary romance, something new for me since I generally write historical romance. It was moving along at a good clip and my beta reader loved it. She said the story was good … Continue reading

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Meet The Head Scribbler by Gerri Brousseau

Hi Readers, Last Friday, Marian Lanouette talked about a great writing prompt group on Facebook called “Scribblers Ink.”  I thought it would be a great follow-up to have the founder, Robert Lerman, here today to tell us how Scribblers came … Continue reading

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Moving the Log Jam by Gerri Brousseau

After a great number of months of not writing, I’m excited to have started a new manuscript. It’s not as if I haven’t written a word in months. I have. I wrote press releases, bio’s, blog articles, a proposal for … Continue reading

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What Works for You?

So I know I’ve written a lot on this blog about being busy because let’s face it, in this day and age I feel like it is completely normal for many of us to take on more than we can … Continue reading

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Refreshed and Retreated so I Can REVEAL!!! by Leia Shaw

Some of you may have heard I went on a writers retreat this past weekend. And if you’ve been reading along with my posts here, you know that I’ve been having a bit of a battle with my muse. Namely, … Continue reading

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