Volume 2, Issue 2 ~ May 9, 2016

Happy late Mothers’ Day to all the mother’s out there. I had a wonderful afternoon barbecue with my family, though I missed my own mother who was on the road back from Florida. Luckily, it wasn’t windy. Today, when I swivel around in my chair to gaze out the...

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Volume 2, Issue 1 ~ May 3, 2016

I have to apologize for having been incognito for so long. I spent the last many years dealing with illnesses and deaths, moving, and getting my life back together. In other words: life in general. Unfortunately, I am no longer in New Orleans, but I’ve kept the “New” part...

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Volume 1, Issue 3 ~ April 15, 2011

I’ve been incognito the past couple of months.  I apologize for that.  Today I have a couple reviews for you.  The Power to Write, a writing how-to by Caroline Joy Adams is reviewed.  Check it out, especially if you need a little help getting started as a writer, or...

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Volume 1, Issue 2 ~ January 16, 2011

If you’re looking for quotes, check out all the new entries.  I’ve gone quote happy, and have added a number of them under each topic – Beginnings, Encouragement, Blocked?, Rejection, Revision, Criticism, and Humor.  Take a look.  My favorite might be: –Robert Frost ~ All thought is a feat...

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Volume 1, Issue 1 ~ December 27, 2010

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Mad Writers Workshop.  Previously, I’ve published a few articles in more of a ‘blog’ style.  I’ve chosen to republish them in e-zine fashion for a professional tone.  This first edition contains just three articles, all published earlier in December.  Under “Industry News” you...

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About me

I am a  professional researcher.  You see, I’ve got a Ph.D. in history, and NOBODY is better at research than a trained historian.  MBAs learn about business, MFAs learn about writing.  Medical doctors learn about bodies and how to cure them.  We historians learn about research.  That’s all we...

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