Category Archives: writing as a hobby

The Process of Writing

My daughter is a pre-school teacher, and yes they do teach. She once told me that children of that age are more interested in and enjoy the process more than the outcome, solution, results. Take your pick. As a writer, … Continue reading

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Lately I’ve thought a lot about why I write. I guess that’s because it becomes more and more difficult to do so. Yet when I think of other things I could be doing…or God forbid I take a day off … Continue reading

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Before I begin, I’m not a tax expert, but I’ve been a writer for a long while, a writer who has to keep receipts and records in order to do the best I can when it comes to filing a … Continue reading

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