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Eternal Writing, A Children’s Story

By Catherine Hedge Once upon a time, a young boy in Egypt had a dream.  Raham dreamt of the future not tomorrow, or next year, or a hundred years, but three thousand years away.  His dream was full of children, … Continue reading

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Blogging: Opening Pandora’s Box

Blogging: Opening Pandora’s Box.

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I’m Sure There’s A Book in Me, Somewhere!

By Catherine Hedge Leonard Bishop told us that he loved to step into an elevator and ask whoever else rode with him, “So, how’s the book coming?”  He’d get answers like, “Well, I haven’t gotten back to it lately.” Or, … Continue reading

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When I write, I have the Ultimate Power! by Catherine Hedge

When I write, I have the Ultimate Power! by Catherine Hedge.

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When I write, I have the Ultimate Power! by Catherine Hedge

I get to work with middle school students. I’m often asked to be a guest speaker as the resident “Real Writer” in my Midwestern school. Every time I present, I make students stand beside their desks and repeat after me, … Continue reading

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