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daily tune - Margaret Whiting - It Hurts To Say Goodbye

still feeling crap.


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daily tune - Jimmy Lunceford - Tain't What You Do

found this little gem today and it surely put a smile on my face. brilliant tunes on a sunday.


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daily tune - simon & garfunkel - The Sound of Silence

seems like the first fall storms are just around the corner.


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daily tune - Ralfi Pagan - Make It With You

finally weekend. its been a long week and now l am doing nothing but relaxing...hope you having a wonderful friday!


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daily tune - Irma Thomas - Hitting On Nothing

yay, this week is turning out for the better...and here is Irma Thomas....


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daily tune - Leonard Cohen - Suzanne

love this song. such a melancholy melody...proper fall music.


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Attract More Readers By Writing Posts They Already Crave

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Marcus Sheridan of River Pools and Spas was featured in the New York Times. Why?

 

He went from spending over $250,000 a month on advertising and over drawing from the bank to making $1.7 million in sales from the first post alone. 

 

Here's how you write posts your readers crave.


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Karen Dietz's comment, September 4, 2013 3:10 PM
Hi Hans! Yes, I have used these techniques and they have helped me a lot. Just goes to show that storytelling is not the answer to every problem -- sometimes we need other tools to help us also. Using the tips in the article has allowed me to evoke more pointed stories from those I interview, leading to understanding my customers even better. Yeah!
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will it work for you?

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daily tune - The Answer - Why You Smile

today my hubby returns home from a week away - and l cant wait to see him !


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daily tune - The Casinos - Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

time to put my feet up and take a break from work. happy monday people :-)


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10 Tips For Writing Endings To Your Story - Writing Rightly

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"Always keep in mind what is expected in the genre you’re writing. If you’re writing a category romance, then the hero and heroine must unite at the end."


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Penelope's curator insight, August 23, 2013 4:07 PM

 

Writing endings for our stories could be the easiest thing in the world or the hardest. The best way to begin is to ponder on what kind of ending is expected for the genre in which you are writing. If you are writing a category romance, readers are going to expect the love interests to finally get together and have a happy ending. There have been exceptions (Romeo and Juliet or Love Story). If you are a reader anticipating a romantic story and happy ending, do you want to read a tragic ending? I don't.

 

The 10 tips presented should give you a great beginning to write your own ending. Check out the article for all the details.

 

1. Always keep in mind what is EXPECTED in the genre.

2. Avoid the dreaded DEUX EX MACHINE (gods taking care of it).

3. Think APPROPRIATE ending rather than satisfying ending.
4. NO MISERABLE ENDINGS for characters to no real purpose
5. Struggling? Compose an EVENT. Bring most characters together
6. REALLY struggling—go back to the BEGINNING.
7. When the story is over—STOP.
8. BEWARE of TOO MUCH BUILD UP with too quick a resolution.
9. No need to tie up every little plot string, but TIE UP MOST of them
10. EPILOGS: I kind of like them (peek into the future)

 

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing Rightly"***

 

Link to the original article: http://debravega.wordpress.com/2013/08/18/10-tips-for-writing-endings-to-your-story/

 

 

 

Kimberley Vico's curator insight, August 24, 2013 12:40 AM

Like a strong beginning, you ought to have a good ending ~ in any story!  Give it a try...!

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daily tune - Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode

today l feel like shakin my booty so l am going to turn this on and do just that....


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daily tune - Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay

back to the old classics l go when the evening gets dark.


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daily tune - Doris Day Photos - I'll See You In My Dreams

talk about a velvet voice, she is so smooth its almost surreal.


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daily tune - The Crew-Cuts - Ko Ko Mo

today l am not feeling too good. keeping the bed and having lots of cups of tea.


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daily tune - Sam Cooke - Just For You

golly gosh its been a hectic afternoon/night. a bit behind schedule but here it is...today: sam cooke!


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daily tune - Elvis Presley - Always on My Mind

saturday evening. tired dogs. happy husband. life is sweet. 


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7 Things Your Body Language Is Telling Your Boss

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From the way you sit in your chair to the color of your tie, nonverbal communication can have a big impact on your professional life. Here's some advice.

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daily tune - Erroll Garner - I've Got The World On A String

its been an awefully long week already and its not even wed!!! tonight l am listening to some jazz while hoping things will get better tomorrow.


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daily tune - fats waller - your feet's too big

this is just a weird song about massive feet (?) 


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16 Complicated Movie Plots Explained With Infographic Timelines

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Movies often have complex plots, tell their story out of order, or involve time travel. Those things create loops in the storyline that can be difficult to

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daily tune - Charlie Parker - Bird Of Paradise

awwwww finally midweek. finally finally. blessed be thy wednesday!


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daily tune - Martha and the Vandellas - Nowhere To Run

its saturday and time to dance on the tables. happy wknd folks :-)


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Mid-Century Dresser

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Refinished 50s style retro dresser with matching nightstand.


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daily tune - Doris Day Photos - I'll See You In My Dreams

talk about a velvet voice, she is so smooth its almost surreal.


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