I used to check e-mails or play a few games of Solitaire before tackling my daily writing.
My warm up sessions have changed to producing simple how to articles. Want to know how to save money, calories, and fat on fancy coffee drinks by making them yourself? Need to know how to care for an elderly relative? Perhaps you'd like to learn how to use a microplane or pick the perfect tomato. Prefer to eat out with perfectly behaved children or cook with them at home? Need to know how to transform a PDF file into a Word document?
Chances are you'll find what you're looking for by clicking on this link and browsing through the titles of my 60+ articles. http://www.ehow.com/Search.aspx?s=Susannerose&Options=
You can even rate the articles and/or leave a comment if you wish.
How do you get ready to write?
May the Muse be kind!!
Lucki In Love," a Wild Rose Press Champagne Rosette
"The Christmas Promise," a Wild Rose Press Champagne RosetteKeep the spirit of the holidays going strong and take advantage of this bonus offer: Just send an e-mail to the author: Susannerose@wildrosepublishing.com) with “The Christmas Promise” in the Subject Line. You’ll have to read the story first so you can identify the secret recipe when you send your e-mail. Santa will send you a copy of the secret recipe.
http://www.thewildrosepress.com/forever-love-p-248.html "Forever Love," a Wild Rose Press Champagne Rosette