Category Archives: Jodi Thomas

NETWORKING SECRETS

Lisa Wingate on right and me at Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc.Back in the archives of this blog somewhere, no doubt is a blog urging writers to network, but hopefully I’ve learned some more about the task as the years have … Continue reading

Posted in Dusty Richards, Jodi Thomas, Jory Sherman, Linda Apple, Lisa Wingate, Mike Blakely, Ozark Creative Writers, Ozark Writers League, Radine Trees Nehring, Uncategorized, Velda Brotherton, W.C. Jameson | 5 Comments

Caught in the Trap of Writing

Since I started writing, it seems that every day is a working day. If I’m not at the computer creating, my mind is making up stories, or I’m wondering if the guy in the next aisle at the grocery store … Continue reading

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Come Down off Your Mountain

Once I resided on the side of a mountain here in the Ozarks without many contacts. I went to the store or the post office and greeted people in our small town when we met, but other than that I … Continue reading

Posted in Cait London, Dusty Richards, inspiration, Jodi Thomas, Jory Sherman, Linda Apple, Lisa Wingate, Uncategorized, Velda Brotherton, Writers | 1 Comment

Ezine Article on Voice

Greetings one and all on this lovely March 1. Hope you’re all writing like mad. I recently posted an article titled Write with an Entrancing Tongue. Thought you might want to read it. During every workshop I host and wherever … Continue reading

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