Tag: Richard Lamb

For many of us who read novels or watch movies in genres outside the realm of “this could happen in real life,” there is a willing suspension of disbelief before we enter the theater or open the cover of a book (or press whichever Kindle button). We’re excited. We’re ready to be entertained. And we participate in…
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Happy Birthday to my Mom, a woman who never procrastinates. Friend and fellow writer Deborah Atherton recently blogged about procrastination. I filed my nails for four days and finally read her blog. I’d been in a rut—nothing going on except the worrying that nothing was going on. In case you’re wondering, not writing was the…
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Today is the first anniversary of this blog and I’ve been thinking about all that’s happened over the course of the year. It reminds me of the importance of being open to people and reaching out to others. Nothing good happens if you sit alone in your home day after day. Read on to see…
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This blog is a collaboration between Richard Lamb and Margaret Reyes Dempsey discussing their collaboration. Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Other Writers Margaret: It seems membership is increasing at Inked-In. I’m sure many people join just to see what it’s all about, as I did back in July. I never dreamed…
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