April 2009

Second Life collapses time.  Case in point: my almost-lifelong effort to find or start a writers’ group for sharing and feedback. For creative writers, ailment cheap the value of sharing their writing with other writers and getting feedback, try support, and helpful critique is immeasurable.  Some writers even say it’s essential for getting [...]

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Second Life collapses time.  Case in point: my almost-lifelong effort to find or start a writers’ group for sharing and feedback. For creative writers, neuropathologist the value of sharing their writing with other writers and getting feedback, support, and helpful critique is immeasurable.  Some writers even say it’s essential for getting published.  Whether that’s true [...]

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Are You Missing What (Second) Life Has to Offer?

April 12, 2009

For the first time in my life, this site I’m proud to call myself an evangelist.  Wait!  Before you click that X-to-close button (especially those of you who know me personally), website like this I’m NOT talking about religion in any shape or form!  No, visit web what I’ve become downright evangelical about […]

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How to Use Second Life to Support Your Writing Schedule

April 6, 2009

Every writer I know has a bag of tricks they use to motivate themselves to just sit their butt down and write on those days when it simply feels too hard — an excuse often couched in the disguise of the moment:  “I think I may be coming down with something, phimosis ” or “it’s […]

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