Monday Morning Round-Up

by Trish

If you haven’t been to for a list of the finalists in the book blogger awards, check it out here.

College newspapers are having to cut back, which in my opinion actually prepares students for the real world of publishing, but in a bittersweet way: how will they really learn if opportunities to write are shrink while they are still students?

Brit Hume announces he’s done anchoring political conventions after 32 years.

And in writing news, things are hopping. This week starts up fall term for my writing class and our writing group. I scribble words on paper constantly, but it’s not happening as fast as I’d like it to. It’s okay.

I’m getting up earlier these days. Made it up by 6:20 today. Then hear that my teacher gets up at 4:30 every morning. Argh.

The weather is really trying to stay warm, which is great. On deck this week is day job work, finishing up of a myriad of little odds and ends for clients. Lots of writing and lots of laundry!

An interesting look at to-do lists each day: counting spoons from lit agent Jenny Rappaport. I like it. I don’t have chronic fatigue, but I need to learn my limits.

Have a great day everyone!


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