paradise

Paradise Found – The Pacific Island State of Vanuatu

April 7, 2020
Adventure | Julie Tetel Andresen
In this time of self-isolation, I am once again happy that Eva Michelle Wheeler is sharing more of her recent trip to Vanuatu, an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. She found paradise! And a place that promotes good eating. Title image: The billboard says EAT HEALTHY ALL THE… read more
Vanuatu

Vanuatu – Finding Paradise in the Pacific Ocean

April 3, 2020
Adventure | Julie Tetel Andresen
In this time of self-isolation, I’m happy that Eva Michelle Wheeler wants to share her recent trip to Vanuatu, an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. Eva made it there and back to Durham, North Carolina by mid-March. Just before borders around the world started shutting down. Her posts… read more

Establish Your Game Plan: Tips for a Writing Career

March 31, 2020
Blog | Julie Tetel Andresen
Although I am no longer giving a talk to the creative writers at Florida International University on April 2, I still have Five Tips for a Lifelong Writing Career. I am posting them in installments on my blog. My fifth and last tip is: Establish your game plan. I will… read more

Understand Your Needs: Tips for a Writing Career

March 27, 2020
Blog | Julie Tetel Andresen
Although I am no longer going to give a talk to the creative writers at Florida International University on April 2, I still have Five Tips for a Lifelong Writing Career. I am posting them in installments on my blog. My number four tip for a life-long writing career is:… read more
The Decameron Special

The Decameron Special: A Response To Our Times

March 24, 2020
Blog | Julie Tetel Andresen
What’s a Decameron Special? First, I made it up. Second, it refers to Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron of 1353. Third, the Special means that I am offering all my books for free on all platforms. For how long? I can’t say. For at least as long as we are all… read more
pandemic readings

Pandemic Readings: Three To Consider

March 20, 2020
Blog | Julie Tetel Andresen
While at a fancy dinner many of us like to discuss other great meals we’ve had. While traveling we often discuss with our fellow travelers other exciting places we’ve been. So if you’re one who likes to enjoy a particular experience within a similar one, then you may want to… read more
epilogues

Epilogues: Your Story Garnish

March 17, 2020
Blog | Julie Tetel Andresen
Most prologues in books I’ve read lately don’t work for me. Not so for epilogues. I’m all for them. As the title image suggests, epilogues can be the orange twist atop your martini. Or, if you’re a non-drinker, the cherry on your cake. See: Prologues: Does Your Story Need One?… read more
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