Monthly Archives: December 2015

Ho… ho… hum?

Hang on, now, before you unload your holiday blunderbuss at me; I’m really not trying to play Scrooge here. All I’m hoping to do is save you some time developing your memoir, so hear me out. The holidays, obviously, are a source … Continue reading

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It’s a bird; it’s a plane. No, it’s a memoir!

With apologies to Jerry Seigel and Joe Shuster (who created the iconic man of steel in 1933), but I couldn’t help myself. Over the past several months I’ve been working with two wonderful women who have written memoirs: Ceil Ramsey and Annel Martin. … Continue reading

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Inspiration — Life vs Art

I’m back, finally. Lots of stuff goin’ on in SageLand, but with any luck, I’ll be able to stay in the saddle for awhile. Just think of me as your lovable bloggeroo. Yippyio! While I’m quite aware of seemingly endless … Continue reading

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