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by Christine Kling Those of you who read this blog regularly will have noticed that we detoured from our routine here at Write on the Water over the last few days. We decided it was important that John Urban’s eloquent … Continue reading

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Back into the swing of writing

By Mike Jastrzebski It’s three in the morning and the rain and wind woke me a few minutes ago. I should have had this blog written yesterday but we moved the boat Saturday when the wind turned to the SW … Continue reading

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So much to do, so little time

by Christine Kling You know how chart plotters these days have big buttons on them marked MOB or Man Overboard? I feel like I need a big button like that for my life right now – only mine would be … Continue reading

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“The dolphin’s smile is nature’s greatest deception” -Ric O Barry

by Christine Kling These past few weeks I’ve been reading and watching the shenanigans in the political arena. On the Sisters in Crime email list, they’ve been holding a discussion about whether or not it is appropriate for writers to … Continue reading

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On docks and deadlines

by Christine Kling I woke up this morning in the V-berth and stretched and saw pale blue sky out the hatch. Nice, I thought. No rain. Then my mind started wandering as to what I would do on this fine … Continue reading

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Joyce Holland on Blogging and getting published

By Joyce Holland Back when I wrote a bi-weekly column for the newspaper, I never lacked for ideas. So why is blogging so difficult for me? Everyone else churns out clever paragraphs, and accompanying photos faster than I can sort … Continue reading

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Shitty First Drafts

by Christine Kling We left Fort Lauderdale on Friday one week ago and we had a plan, sort of like an outline. But just like writing a novel, our story veered a bit off course. The Gulf Stream crossing was … Continue reading

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It’s finally coming together

As Christine mentioned in her Friday blog we now have a working engine. Besides removing and replacing the bad gas, the fuel pump was bad. When we first started looking at the engine several months ago the fuel pump was a … Continue reading

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Welcome guest blogger Kaci Cronkhite!

Lessons from the Deep Blue Sea by Kaci Cronkhite When Christine offered a guest blog appearance I blurted “Heck yea!” and promptly burst the book writing bubble I’d created the past six months at my writing retreat in Oklahoma. “Write … Continue reading

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A Leap of Faith

by Christine Kling I know I often write about my adventures with boats and bikes and my attempts to live simply, but tonight, it is another adventure that is on my mind. I haven’t written about the sales of Circle … Continue reading

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