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The Giver, an Acrylic Painting with a Purpose

The Giver is an acrylic portrait that expresses a glorious burden—the challenge of bringing literacy resources to struggling readers. As an instructional coach, I have the privilege of working alongside many empathetic, hard-working people who share this mission. People who look … Continue reading

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The Importance of a Writer’s Value Assessment

Are there any other aspiring writers out there drowning in this sea of publishing pieces? When I decided to pursue publishing my manuscripts, I began researching what was required of writers in this technologically driven era. I had just emerged from … Continue reading

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47 Loneliness

“Loneliness,” there it was—ironically listed all by itself on my stats page as a key word someone used to search for blog posts. His or her search led them to my blog. I wondered who this person was and what longing they had … Continue reading

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43 Self Disclosure II

I sense a serious case of “feet dragging” occurring in my publishing progress. I have completed half of the editor’s suggested changes to my manuscript but the other half glares at me whenever I enter my art room. Yet I still walk right … Continue reading

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