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Claude Monet: The Japanese Bridge (Image public domain) I’ve just finished reading Mad Enchantment by Ross King, about the later years of Claude Monet’s life. It covers the many years that Monet slaved over the giant water lily canvases that now grace the Orangerie in Paris. Reading about the Impressionist painters, you might imagine that they worked quickly, capturing the […]
Grammar and spelling are important, but focus may be your most valuable writing skill. Editors can fix the grammar. Only you can fix your focus. I posed the following question to a group of people who write in a busy corporate environment: “How do you find the focus to get the work done?” These are a few of their […]
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Anne Janzer is an author and writer who has worked with more than one hundred technology companies. She is author of the books The Writer's Process, Getting Your Brain in Gear and Subscription Marketing: Strategies for Nurturing Customer in a World of Churn. She enjoys working with writers to improve their processes and share their thoughts and ideas with the world. Contact Anne for interviews or speaking, queries. Want more? Read the