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The power and importance of constructive criticism

When I finished writing my second novel in seventh grade, I was appalled at the idea of an editor suggesting changes to my masterpiece. “I’m never going to let an editor change my work,” I vowed back then. Erm … … Continue reading

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An update from La Casa Barichello

I’m alive! I have to send that text to Mom every so often when she hasn’t heard from me in a few days, just so she doesn’t worry at my absence and silence. I figured it was time to give … Continue reading

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Playing the role of writer needs to stop being a game

My life is role playing. Yours, too. Think about the roles you play. For me, the title roles are wife, journalist, aunt/sister/daughter, housekeeper, pet owner, writer. Each comes with its own responsibilities and duties. Notice how writer fell at the … Continue reading

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