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Taking care of business

by Christine Kling I wrote a post Help me pick a new cover and cover artist! a couple of months ago about my search for a new cover artist using the crowd sourcing website 99designs and today I thought I … Continue reading

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The D word

by Christine Kling If you are a writer, you know the word I’m talking about. Distraction. That word that whispers alluring messages in my ears when I am supposed to be working on the new book. That word against which … Continue reading

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Tech troubled turkey day

by Christine Kling I’m settling down to write this in the guest cabin of my friends’ Mainship 390 tied to the fuel dock in Vero Beach Marina. This is a new-to-them boat they recently purchased up in Jacksonville, Florida, and … Continue reading

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Bringing back the dead

by Christine Kling Tonight I’m going to write about an old flame. We all know in our heads that life is not eternal, but in our hearts it’s a different story. When it comes to love, sometimes it’s hard to … Continue reading

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Warming up to Twitter

by Christine Kling When I first heard about Twitter I thought it was ridiculous. “That will never work,” I said to myself. How can anyone say anything of note in only 140 characters? And when I first joined Twitter in … Continue reading

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The most important tool

by Christine Kling Whether it’s writing or sailing, people want to know what kind of tools you use to get the job done. At readings, people often ask writers the specifics of exactly how they do it. I remember back … Continue reading

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Some high tech writing tools that save me

by Christine Kling I am really bad at math. Numbers just won’t stick in my brain. They don’t like me. That is one more reason why it is crazy for me to try to write historical novels. Yet that is … Continue reading

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Digitally empowered author

by Christine Kling It is 5:00 a.m. on Friday morning and I am trying to get something written for the blog before I take off to drive across the state of Florida (in the pouring rain) to Sarasota for the … Continue reading

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Cool tools

by Christine Kling I have a friend who sometimes helps me with projects on my boat. He’s in the construction business. I remember one time when he was helping me replace a broken rope clutch on my coach roof (that’s … Continue reading

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