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‘G’ is for Giving Back

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As you can see from the logo on the right, I, too am a member of this group. I must confess, though, that I’m not as generous with my help as most others. I feel I still have too much to learn to have lessons of my own to impart.

Pam Kesterson

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GiveBack_webWebster definition:

Giveback:n. A previously negotiated workers’ benefit relinquished to management, as for some concession was given.

adj. 1. Accustomed (to) by habit, etc. 2. Specified. 3.assumed; granted – n. something assumed or accepted as fact.

As a writer, I love nothing more than sitting myself in the chair to write, write, write. The introvert side of me could easily ignore many aspects functioning as a human, such as having the balance of making a living, relationships, leisure time, and giving back to your community. In the writing community, there are plenty of ways to giveback all of which are incredibly rewarding.

Though, it’s still a struggle for me not to put my blinders on my writer’s eyes and just worry about writing my current story. My Finished manuscript calls out to me loud and clear. I like nothing more than abiding by my self-made…

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