Why I Love To Write Bonus Post – Comments Welcome

I am happy that people are enjoying this blog series. It’s something that I have been glad that I decided to do, for a number of reasons. I really do want to help writers trying to get it all together, or any artist for that matter; whether it’s encouragement or actionable ideas you need, I’m trying to bring it all to the table. There is a plan behind all this, though; and it’s a plan that I would really appreciate your help with.

This series will be compiled, and edited, and made available in finished form for a very affordable print and ebook price. The original blog will stay up, and probably grow, and perhaps produce more tangible results for who I’m trying to help; that’s where I would like you to come in.

If you read any of these posts, and think I should have covered something that I didn’t, let me know. If you think I’m totally wrong about something, or even slightly misguided, weigh in on that too. You can post comments on here, or message me directly at Jay@JayNorry.com. Any input you have is appreciated. This doesn’t mean I don’t want to hear the good stuff; tell me how it’s been helpful too, if you have a minute.

You might have an idea that is already scheduled; I’ll let you know if it’s in the outline, or already written. Heck, I might give you a sneak peek. If I haven’t thought of something, and you suggest it, that will help out tremendously. I like to give credit where it’s due, so let me know if I can mention you when I write it in whatever way you wish. I really want to make sure that this is the best guide to writing and publishing that it can be, and I’d sure appreciate your help in making it so.

Thanks for reading!

All the best,

J.K. Norry
Founder, The Secret Society of Deeper Meaning
Twitter: @JayNorry

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  1. Hello, Mr. Norry…I’m Dan, While I don’t know you personally, I know your mom as we were high school buds and needless to say, she is quite proud of you (as she should be)! I’m going to start following you based on her recommendation (lol) and because I like how you write. I hope to gleen info on the “process” from you so I might improvre my own abilities when using words to express myself. I’m not inclined to write “the great American novel” but consider myself a wordsmith none the less. My question, this time, is this…How do you overcome when the words don’t “rhyme”? I find myself at a loss to continue , at times, where my vocabulary fails me. Is there a method you use to find words that adequately add and make sense to the topic without making it too “wordy”? …Thanx and I will be following your posts. Keep up the good work…best wishes…..(:-{)

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