I'm still poorly sporadic on all the social network sites as well.
In other blog news, my photo is back to a more normal size after a little fiddling. And after a little more fiddling, the Tiki Hut poem found color but still not correct formatting. Maybe next weekend I'll figure out how to do that.
The most important thing I took away from all I learned and absorbed from all the successful authors at MWA-U was that it's fine to blog and be social; but decide how much you need to write every day, and blog and otherwise socialize online after you get your words in.
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WRITE FIRST. Blog, Facebook, Twitter second.
If not, you'll have a really hard time reaching the end.
If you couldn't tell, I'm a little OCD about finishing on time. When I do, I'll be around visiting more often.
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The second most important thing I learned is BE YOURSELF. Don't try to write like someone else. If you do, you'll always be a second-rate version of the other author. What's really bad is if the other author is a second-rate author. Then you'll be a second-rate version of a second-rate author. Nobody wants that.
So now back to your regular programming.