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COLUMNS
Pen IN Hand
December, 2012

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Pen IN Hand

No Banking On No Back-Ups
Pen In HandHigh on the list of target items for thieves these days are electronics ó and what comprises the list of electronics for writers is by far their most precious "electronic" ó their computer.
By Peggy Bechko


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Publishing Paralysis
Pen In HandPublishers who'll look at work from previously unpublished or self-represented authors want to know for certain that a manuscript is immediately available.
By Peggy Bechko


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Gift Horse For Writers
A new thin, flat-screen for the computer system is an incredible blessing -- no flicker, and much less eye strain for those who sit in front of it for hours.
By Peggy Bechko


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Shelf Life
Yes, you can find the world at your fingertips online, if some inferior programs. Yes, itís simplified research to an amazing degree. Still, recommend books.
By Peggy Bechko


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How I Spent My Summer...
Writing a variety of things requires focus, so be able to zero in on the project at hand, write it well and get it out. Then move on.
By Peggy Bechko


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Gimme My Space!
Many writers are shy and quiet. Well, don't be. Speak up. Let friends and family know how important writing is to you.
By Peggy Bechko


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Steering Kids' Scribbles
Having a resource such as the web at our fingertips (all our fingertips) is a pretty magical thing, but it can also be isolating.
By Peggy Bechko


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Get Yourself A Hobby!
The two sides of our brain are quite different -- the analytical and the creative, caged up inside that one tiny cranium.
By Peggy Bechko


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Caught In The Web
Spend time on the internet which actually helps your career, at sites that offer research material, markets and informative articles.
By Peggy Bechko


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Look Where You Leap
Turn your head into a movie camera and you'll create living, breathing characters with real feelings and real quirks.
By Peggy Bechko





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