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The Drifter, Part 12: Abandoned Again!

I am never alone. Even for a heavy-lifting garage project, the spiritual “helpers” who have always been there for me were there to help me, even for this. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 10: Concrete!

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I’m getting to be a pro at living in the moment, fully present – a skill I learned at Kripalu in 1990. This guy has given me more practice than all my colleagues and students when I was a professor. And I believe that’s why he’s here: to help me get even better because we’re both reflecting opportunities to work on our “stuff.” Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 9: Court Day!

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I finally realized how I was contributing to and reinforcing his lack of responsibility. Continue reading

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Articles: My Weird Indie Publishing Project

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Things change in the publishing business. And we learn more every week about those changes if we’re committed to being a writer.
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“Why” Do My Weird Indie Project?

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The unexpected gift of writing the trilogy: it was about my weird relationship with Mom and the underlying reason for being intensely depressed so long ago. Continue reading

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How to Pick Publishing Categories

If you want to be an indie author, you must also embrace the publishing side because it changes constantly. Amazon has made significant changes about categories since I wrote this two days ago. Continue reading

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My Weird Indie Publishing Project: New Descriptions

[In the first post about my Weird Indie Publishing Project, I explained why it was weird and stated that I would share my journey here so other beginning indie authors could benefit from my success or failure and what I … Continue reading