Monthly Archives: June 2016

References from Jane Friedman

Jane Friedman really knows her stuff when it comes to writing, editing and publishing. Here’s her list of the reference books she likes the best on this. Best Books for Writers Catherine Kane 6/16/16 For more information on Catherine’s books, … Continue reading

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Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire is Almost Here

This weekend is the first weekend of  three of the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire, in Ansonia, CT. We’ll be running weekends from June 18 to July 4th, and we have a lot of excitement, adventure and entertainment for you. Catch … Continue reading

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Position is Everything- From the Ground Up

Last week, I wrote a post about how good body positioning is important for successful writing. (Position Is Everything) I said that I’d write a few posts about ergonomics for writers and how to position yourself so you can write … Continue reading

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Disorderly, per Milne (Inspiration)

“One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. ” A. A. Milne Catherine Kane 6/13/16 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a … Continue reading

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Position is Everything…

They say that, in life, position is everything. That can be particularly true for a writer. if you’re writing a lot, if you’re spending a lot of time typing on a keyboard,  a bad position can cause aches and pains, … Continue reading

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I’ve Got a Little Time…

…between the end of one gig and the  beginning of the next, and , while I slowly unpack, do laundry and start my preparations for the next adventure, I’ve also got some time to get started on writing again. I … Continue reading

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Son of Day Jobs of Famous Writers

Don’t quit your day job!… 11 Authors Who Kept Their Day Jobs (and, for more ideas on balancing a day job with writing, check out Writing and Day Jobs in the 18th Century, Day Jobs of Famous Writers and Return of Day Jobs … Continue reading

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Writing for Life, per Angelou (Inspiration)

“I don’t know how much longer I’ll be around. I’ll probably be writing when the Lord says, ‘Maya, Maya Angelou, it’s time.’” Maya Angelou Catherine Kane 6/6/16 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – … Continue reading

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…and Midsummer Fantasy Faire is On the Way…

This weekend is the final weekend of the Robin Hood Springtime Festival, but there is another great faire on the way. In two weeks look for the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire, running three weekends from June 18th to July 4th. … Continue reading

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About Your Voice…

Music has a recognizable voice. When you’re listening to music, you can tell the songs of one great musician from another- a Beatles song sounds different from something by ACDC which is distinct from a piece by Yanni. One of … Continue reading

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