M E Fuller

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Week 39. The End of September, a Review.

I’ve abandoned my posts recently – okay, it wasn’t that funny – for good reasons. The garden vegetables needed to be harvested and processed and packaged and frozen for deep winter consumption. Home-grown veggie lasagna with eggplant noodles tastes like…
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Week 37. Starting again, again.

Hi, everyone. If you’ve been following this blog, you know that writing a novel is a new enterprise for me. I’ve always written stories and poems and ad copy. I’ve never attempted anything like assembling words into a flow for…
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Mid-week prompt.

It’s late! And there’s your prompt. What is late? Late for what? Or wait – is it latte? Write it. Paint it. Scribble on a wall. #amwriting #ampainting http://mefuller.com Share This:

Week 17. Art Presentation.

I like it and that’s enough. With the advent of the World Wide Web as a marketplace for all, there is little need any longer for excellence in craft or practice. All you truly require is an internet marketing genius to…
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Week 16. How to approach art galleries to show your work.

Is there an art to it? I do not have my artwork in a gallery.  I’m still slogging away on my first novel. Until that is in the hands of beta readers, it consumes my every day, and I don’t…
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Mid-week prompt. Freedom.

Write it. Paint it. Scribble it on a wall. What is freedom for you, for others, for the environment, for anything or anyone? Please post your freedoms. #amwriting #ampainting #freedom http://mefuller.com Share This:

Week 15. Possibilities.

Possibilities. We need them! This week I was going to talk about how to reach out to galleries with your work, but I’m going to shift gears. I had an experience earlier in the week that so completely altered my…
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Week 14. Building your resume.

Good grief! It’s week 14! …and nearly February 14 which has been set aside as a day for love. Spring fever is sneaking up behind the faltering frigid temperatures up here in the northern lakes country. I can feel it….
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