We’re all at home, living in some runaway sci-fi episode that we can’t quite get our minds wrapped around. The word surreal is often used in conversation now, even as we converse with ourselves. Surrealism [ suh-ree-uh-liz-uh m ] Noun (sometimes initial capital letter). A style of art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, stressing
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Real-world, work-at-home habits are built from goals and timing. Freelance clients ALWAYS come first but my own creative goals are seldom met if they aren’t tied to a calendar and a timer. Why is that?
It’s my job. A writer’s job is to inform or entertain. I do both. For over 30 years I wrote and managed business copy for a wide variety of industries. From municipal transportation to massage therapists, I worked with clients to craft copy, delivering just the right message to their existing and prospective clients. I
Book Club Discussion, Saving the Ghost. Last Saturday I met with a local chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) to discuss my novel, Saving the Ghost. The book was recommended by one of their members who is passionate about helping abused women and children survive into better lives. Although some readers found
For those of you familiar with M E Fuller’s Worlds and Words, you’ll notice a dramatic change in look to this page. The original website, mefuller.com (which now points here, to mefullerwords.com) disappeared into the bowels of the former web host company’s server farm and appears to be irretrievable. (Note: if you use an old