on finding a reason to join the crowd

this month’s article in southwest writers’ publication, southwest sage, focuses on being an introvert and on finding a reason to join the crowd (page 5).

sometimes writing is easy, like siphoning words from your brain through the keyboard to the screen.  sometimes writing is like pulling teeth.  this month’s column was like pulling very stubborn, mostly rotted teeth.  i think it came out okay, but holy macaroni it was hard-won!

on being hopelessly platformless

this month’s article in southwest writers’ publication, southwest sage, focuses on the much-lauded writer’s platform.  check out on being hopelessly platformless on page 5.

the fact that i haven’t posted anything on my blog in a month indicates i don’t really get the whole concept of the platform.  more disconcerting is that i’m writing this post after about 20 people visited my site in the past few days.

i’m going to figure this platform thing out.  just you watch!

on making legal writing more interesting

this month marks the first appearance of my column in southwest writers’ publication, southwest sage.  (yay, me!)

i continue my writing misadventures with on making legal writing more interesting (see page 5).

go.  read.  then come back and tell me if you have an opinion about using obscure phrases such as “katy bar the door.”