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Pen IN Hand
December, 2012

Pen IN Hand

We're All Human... I Think
The greatest writer in the world will tell you to write what you know, but don't expect any elaboration on the fundamental phrase.
By Peggy Bechko

Pen IN Hand

K.I.S.S. My... Writing!
Nobody, whatever their level of ability, wants to have to stop and decode what they’re reading. So keep it simple.
By Peggy Bechko

Pen IN Hand

Formula One Writing
Here comes the cliché of the month: you have to actually begin to write something to finish it.
By Peggy Bechko

Pen IN Hand

Blood Oozing From Your Pores...
Your brow furrows, your eyes squinch, your breath catches and blood oozes from your pores when confronted with a blank page.
By Peggy Bechko

Pen IN Hand

Home Sweet Home Office
The road to writing riches is paved with frustrations, detours, rejections and occasional bouts of writer's block. But it has its rewards.
By Carol Guy

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