Update to this post: August 9, 2017
It has come to my attention that my post I wrote in July 2013 was eerily the same as a post someone else wrote in June 2013. I have read that article and I have to admit, it is eerily the same. The only thing I can think that happened was the speaker at a writer’s group used this other blog post as her talking points, I took the notes, and wrote a blog about it. While my words were not exactly the same as the other author’s, it was close enough for me to rethink my post and remove it so there would be no question of plagiarism, etc. I had never even heard of the other blogger nor had I ever seen her post; however, seeing as it was written before mine, I am removing my post. Here is the link to K.A.E. Grove’s original article.
My apologies to K.A.E. Grove for any unintended similarities.
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