Beth Burnett

Storyteller

It’s been a very good year. I think, on the whole, it falls more into the joy category than the grief. There has been some struggle, most of it financial. But I keep reminding myself that I have a roof over my head. I have friends who have helped in bad times. I have a …

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  Today, I’m excited to welcome KD Williamson to talk about fishing, worms, and her new release, Big Girl Pill. Please check it out. You can find contact information for KD, including where to find her book, below.   Fish, Cabins and Worms     Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to …

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I love this video series from Oregon State University. They are brief videos of the university’s professors explaining various literary terms and concepts. While these videos are great for students and teachers, I also find them interesting as a writer. After all, we should be thinking about literary devices in our writing. And we can’t …

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Writing is hard work. It’s solitary, it’s sometimes nerve-wracking. It can be exhilarating and it can be devastating. There are times when I think I’m on the cusp of landing something huge and there are times I feel I should just go ahead and quit now. Somehow, those moments of wanting to quit are always …

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It’s been a month of ups and downs with NaNoWriMo – yesterday, for the first time since November 6th, I actually hit the target of where the NaNo site said I should be in order to finish this project.   I’ve gone days without writing and I’ve had days where I’ve busted out 5,000 words. …

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