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Will Inversion Therapy Help You Work Pain-Free?

Filed in Tools to Write Pain-Free by on September 19, 2016 2 Comments • views: 439
Will Inversion Therapy Help You Work Pain-Free?

If you’ve ever struggled with back pain, you’ve probably heard of inversion therapy. It’s the idea that inverting the body (upside down) can help treat conditions of the spine, potentially easing back pain, reducing pressure on spinal nerves and discs, and even increasing the space between the vertebrae to promote a healthier spine overall. The […]

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Featured Writer on Wellness: Troy Lambert

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on September 14, 2016 1 Comment • views: 1141
Featured Writer on Wellness: Troy Lambert

Just a couple of years ago I weighed over 270 pounds, the heaviest I had ever been. I am down to a comfortable dance just above what I would consider my ideal weight of around 210. That comes in part from being a workaholic, something I am recovering from, and sitting way too much. Also, […]

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Writing to Find the Hero In Ourselves

Filed in Novel Ups & Downs by on September 13, 2016 2 Comments • views: 708
Writing to Find the Hero In Ourselves

by Carol Pratt Bradley My family enjoys watching historical films and we loved the 2003 movie, Luther, about Martin Luther and the Reformation. I had also read a book about William Tyndale, the man who translated the Bible into English. At the time, I was searching for an idea for my thesis novel for an […]

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7 Ways to Make a Bad Writing Day Good

Filed in When the Going Gets Tough by on September 12, 2016 4 Comments • views: 740
7 Ways to Make a Bad Writing Day Good

You know how it goes. You sit down, ready to work. You’ve silenced your cell phone, closed the door, and set yourself up for 30 minutes of uninterrupted writing. You open your laptop ready to make another sizable dent in your project. After all, you’ve done everything right. You’ve set aside the time, you’ve gotten […]

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How to Balance an Out-of-Control Writing Life

Filed in When the Going Gets Tough by on September 7, 2016 5 Comments • views: 861
How to Balance an Out-of-Control Writing Life

by Alayne Kay Christian Colleen asked me to be a guest blogger just when I was about to enter into a major life transition. At one time, she suggested that perhaps I could share how I maintained my health during the stress of transition. Believe me, there were plenty of times that I did not […]

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Why You Should Take More Chances with Your Writing

Filed in Novel Ups & Downs by on September 6, 2016 0 Comments • views: 569
Why You Should Take More Chances with Your Writing

In “Novel Ups & Downs,” authors talk about the mental, emotional, & spiritual challenges and triumphs experienced while writing one particular novel or book. by C. Hope Clark Echoes of Edisto is the third in the Edisto Island Mysteries. Along the way, protagonist Callie Jean Morgan has suffered much in losing her profession as a […]

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