Three P’s of Writing Success: Practice, Patience, and Persistence

Kobo Writing Life Director Mark Lefebvre’s “Three P’s of Writing Success: Practice, Patience, and Persistence” Practice In a nutshell, practice is writing and continuing to write. And when you are done with that continuing to write again. And to edit and to rewrite. And to write. You get the picture. Keep it up. Keep at… Continue reading Three P’s of Writing Success: Practice, Patience, and Persistence

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Five Podcasts I Listen To On a Regular Basis

There are many resources available for writers. One resource I love is a podcast. Here are five podcasts that I listen to regularly. I Should Be Writing Podcast http://murverse.com/podcasts/ Winner of the Podcast Peer Award and the Parsec Award, this is a show about a writer going from wanna-be to pro. Focusing on the emotional… Continue reading Five Podcasts I Listen To On a Regular Basis

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My Spiritual Birthday – July 11, 1977

July is the birthday of America. July is also my spiritual birthday. What’s that? You don’t know about spiritual birthdays? My physical birthday is the day I was born. It was November 25, 1953 at Brooke Army General Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. My spiritual birthday is when I was “born again”. It is when… Continue reading My Spiritual Birthday – July 11, 1977

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Summer in Dallas

Howdy, this is Jimmie Kepler. I don’t know where the readers of my blog live, or what their weather is like. I live in Dallas, Texas. Dallas is in the southwestern part of the United States of America. It is summer in Dallas. Long time residences and native Texans refer to this time of year… Continue reading Summer in Dallas

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Read, Write, Edit, Rewrite, Submit, and Repeat

Summoned to my high school guidance counselor’s office, I learned not everyone thinks being a writer is a good idea.  I still recall the meeting as if it were yesterday. “Why can’t I be an author?” I asked. I wanted to be the next Kurt Vonnegut, Philip Roth, or Ray Bradbury. They were the best-selling authors… Continue reading Read, Write, Edit, Rewrite, Submit, and Repeat

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Dallas Area Writing and Poetry Websites

http://www.utdallas.edu/ah/reunion http://www.obscurajournal.com http://www.americanliteraryreview.com http://www.thefirstline.com http://www.theboilerjournal.com http://carvezine.com/ https://smu.edu/southwestreview/ http://dappledthings.org/ http://www.redriverreview.com/ http://www.tamuc.edu/academics/colleges/humanitiesSocialSciencesArts/departments/literatureLanguages/publications/mayoReview.aspx http://lingerpost.org/ http://www.writersgarret.org/ Oral Fixation Frontpage Welcome to Wordspace http://dfwwritersworkshop.wordpress.com/ http://dfwcon.org http://dallaspoetscom.org/ http://www.dallaspoetryslam.com/ http://www.creativeartscenter.org/ http://writersguildoftexas.org/

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General Albert C. Wedemeyer: America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II by John McLaughlin

General Albert C. Wedemeyer: America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II by John McLaughlin. Be there no doubt, the author is a fan of General Albert C. Wedemeyer. The book is a statement of admiration for the general. This is not bad. I am very knowledgeable in military history as a historian by education and… Continue reading General Albert C. Wedemeyer: America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II by John McLaughlin

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