Why Write?

Why read? Why learn and soak in information from every source you can? Why write? Why share what you learn? Because:

Knowledge is the antidote to fear.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    • Oh, I am delighted to hear from you. You must be a mind reader. I started to look you up and re-connect, then our internet died in the weekend storms. I get re-wired and here you are! It is good to hear from you.

      • It’s extremely mutual, dear! I have been absent for a while from the blogosphere.
        Is it just me or is there some kind of Sleeping-Beauty-thing going on with bloggers, I can’t quite figure it out, but I feel a lot of people have retreated or are on hiatus. I’m glad you’re still around! Hope you don’t have too much damages from the storms. Take care, dear! 🙂

      • No, you are not alone in your observations on absent bloggers. We have been fortunate regarding storm damage. We kept our power. Am working feverishly to accumulate 100 shorties for an e-book. I’ve noticed that my shorties have a completely different flavor than my novel. My guess is that I’ll have a different audience for each project. Then I’m working on a children’s book with my daughter. So I am feeling like Jekyll, Hyde and Hekyll. How goes it with you?

      • You may enjoy my post on 7/26 called Using Bullet Points. It’s a dual purpose lesson. It’s the unspoken purpose you may find interesting. As in interesting times.

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