I grew up with a family that often sat in the back yard, mentally calling in UFOs. Me, I was thinking, don’t come in UFO. Heck, I didn’t want to have my belly poked with alien needles.

As I grew older, I became a real estate foreclosure specialist, founding President of our association and did other stuff.

Later, at an age of “over the hill and older than old dirt,” I began to write and post on a site called Gather. Within a few months, I became one of the editors for a group called Gather Writing Essential. Through this group, I developed a new passion—encouraging and challenging writers. Drather read and be an editor than write.

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  1. I like to read and write, equally. But I couldn’t be an editor. I have never been able to figure out comma placement.

    • Mary, I have the same comma problem. I invested a lot of money in Len’s book and the ones he recommended. As far as I can tell, no one really agrees about the comma. In my case, being an editor means doing nothing more than providing a prompt or challenge and then encouraging everyone that responds. The last thing I want to do is edit for grammar. Anyway, in my mind if the writing flows and reads well, then it’s perfect.

  2. Hello Pam, Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate the opportunity to visit your blog too. You have some interesting stories here. I am sure I will come back to read more. Thanks again.

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