Replenishing at the River

July 19, 2010

Editor’s Note: I hope that you all enjoy this truly outstanding guest post from Birdy Diamond. Thanks Birdy!  – CaZ What do you do when the well runs dry? When you write for a living, whether it’s as a blogger, copywriter, novelist, screenwriter, or what-have-you, there’s not the luxury of being able to wait until [...]

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What do Dolphins Have to do with Great Writing?

May 10, 2010

A Surprise Beginning to My Writing Day… One of many reasons I love living on a beach is being able to start my day by walking a couple of miles in the surf. Yes. Surf. None of this loose sand for me. I want the hard pack with the waves lapping at my ankles and [...]

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Writing is Not a DIY Project

February 22, 2010

“If my doctor told me I had only six minutes to live, I wouldn’t brood. I’d type a little faster.” –Isaac Asimov In a perfect world, every writer would be as talented and prolific as Isaac Asimov. In reality and contrary to widely-held opinion, it takes more than typing skills to write. Not very person [...]

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Creating Customers

February 14, 2010

Words and Music Lead to Bookings “My gig is music. Me and my band work six months a year on cruise ships. It’s good work, but all that travel keeps us out of circulation shore side. Before CaZ came along, I spent 2 or 3 months of my shore time looking for work. I need [...]

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Online Learning

February 14, 2010

Creating a Secure Online Employee Resource “I came out of the meeting ready to take on the world. Everything was coming together and I was already counting the money this project would put into my bank account. There was one hitch that I had to sort out. I can’t write myself out of a wet [...]

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