Monthly Archives: April 2018

13 Habits of Ridiculously Prolific Writers

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Meg Dowell ? Sometimes, writing less leads to deeper, more creative thinking. Have you ever wondered how some writers manage to write thousands of words every day — while you can…

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Book Review: The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yōko Ogawa

The Housekeeper + The Professor by Yōko Ogawa My rating: 4 of 5 stars This was such a comfortable read for me and touched me at many different levels. Firstly, it is a very engaging story, involving just a small … Continue reading

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On Top of the World

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Dom’s Everest adventure has begun. The dream is about to become a reality and it’s both exciting and terrifying in equal measures. A lot of people think climbing Everest is like taking…

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Book Review – Business Reimagined: Why Work Isn’t Working and What You Can Do about It by Dave Coplin

Business Reimagined: Why Work Isn’t Working and What You Can Do about It by Dave Coplin My rating: 4 of 5 stars The business world is evolving rapidly. The way that people work is changing just as quickly. We need … Continue reading

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Book Review: Witch Hunt by Syd Moore

Witch Hunt by Syd Moore My rating: 3 of 5 stars After a promising start, this book seemed to cruise along at a leisurely pace until the final three or four chapters. I didn’t find it scary at all, although … Continue reading

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