Category Archives: blogging

Networking From An Ice Pack

  “Did you read my blog today?”   The question made Vaclav shudder. He knew the question was coming eventually, but it didn’t help him prepare an answer.   “No,” he said. He felt like a criminal awaiting judgment.   … Continue reading

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Why All Writers Should Blog

To blog or not to blog? That is the postmodern question. A lot of writers wonder if blogging is a good idea. After all, blogs take a lot of time. It means giving away good work. It distracts from other, … Continue reading

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Having It All

It wasn’t in Margaret’s nature to worry, but Hank’s erratic behavior was causing concern. Hank wasn’t answering her calls or replying to any of her e-mails. She hadn’t seen or heard from her boyfriend in six days. Neither had anyone … Continue reading

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A few insights on blogging

I’ve been blogging for a couple of years now, with moderate success. I’m not taking the blogosphere by storm, but I do have a few followers. Here are a few things I’ve learned so far. Write about what you enjoy. … Continue reading

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Olympics and other distractions

I love the olympics. I know there are many reasons not to, but even my cynical little heart softens and my nationalistic pride swells with the success of my fellow Canadians. I even enjoy cheering for other nations, especially Latvia. … Continue reading

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