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Red Wagon Wheels or Jerking the Sense of Urgency

An old Walt Disney movie called Toby Tyler tells the story of an orphan who ran away to join the circus. His constant companion was a pet chimpanzee (“Mr. Stubbs”) who followed him everywhere. One day the clowns are practicing their act on … Continue reading

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Network Magic

Originally posted by Elizabeth Creith in Elizabeth Creith’s Scriptorium Feb 12, 2013 as “That Network Thing”, and used by permission. On Friday a friend of mine who is also a professional artist in paint and collage called to ask me … Continue reading

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Minding Your P’s: Three Things You Need to Sell Any Piece of Writing

Guest blogger Elizabeth Creith provides three invaluable tips on how to do it to writers, entrepreneurs – and anyone with a product or a service they’re hoping to sell. This fall I’ll be in bathrooms all across Canada – who … Continue reading

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