Monthly Archives: July 2016

Making Writing Work in Less-Than-Ideal Digs – M. B. Weston’s Writing Diary 7/27/16

My writing desk sits in the middle of the only living area in my small, two-bedroom condo. (When I say small, understand that my kitchen has less counter space than some office desks.) The living area is home to the … Continue reading

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Writing is Hard: M. B. Weston’s Writing Diary – 07/25/16

Writing is hard. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Writing isn’t just telling a good story. It’s telling a good, seamless story within word count, that sounds professional, with good character development, ample adjectives, and of course with impeccable grammar. … Continue reading

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M. B. Weston’s Writing Diary: 7/24/16

My little girl turns 8 months old tomorrow. She is quite the cutie, and I’ve been fortunate to be able to stay home and raise her. She is a handful, however, and I’ve been struggling to get back to writing. … Continue reading

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