Category Archives: Writing

The Virtue of Words with Pictures

A few months a back, I attended a meeting at the local chapter of a national organization devoted to training. The subject of that month’s meeting was “storytelling.” After chapter business and the box lunches were done, the facilitator introduced … Continue reading

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Our Video Work

We have written numerous video scripts in our career for marketing, public relations and training, along with self-promotion. Recently we had the opportunity to script and produce three videos for Florida Gulf Coast University. Here is one of them. Comments … Continue reading

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I’ve been writing for 30+ years and I’ve written for regional publications, one national pub, one international pub and a number of online publications. And I wrote in previous posts about self-publishing because I have a couple of manuscripts I’m … Continue reading

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In my not-so-humble opinion, true self-publishing means you print out 90 pages on your HP 2540, staple them together and now you have self-published. If you send your MSS to a company that offers printing, you pay them a fee … Continue reading

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Journalism Feeds the Movies

I like non-fiction and most of what I write is non-fiction. There wass an interesting (to me) article in a recent issue of the WSJ’s magazine about how more and more non-fiction is becoming materials for movies. Here it is … Continue reading

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Online Proofing Pros & Cons

I may have mentioned before that I am a member of a writers group in southwest Florida. We meet monthly and traditionally have invited other in or around the writing profession to make presentations to our members. In May, the … Continue reading

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You’re Right, I’m Left, She’s Gone

My take on the song. What I like about the song is the way it opens with a question: Who is he talking to? It is someone who gave the singer/speaker advice, advice that he regrets not following. But the … Continue reading

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