Author Archives: Lida Bushloper

About Lida Bushloper

writer and poet

Being Famous on Social Media

Originally posted on The Art of Blogging:
I already know what you’re thinking. But what about all the influencers advertising all sorts of products on Instagram? What about the impact? The sales of their own products? It’s almost a rule…

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Pain

Everyone who lives suffers, physically, emotionally, mentally. At least at some point in his or her life. But artists suffer pain that’s unique to us. If we are not creating, we are hurting. If we are not creating, it feels like … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Thanksgiving

I’ve mentioned several of these before. But nearing Thanksgiving, I’m reminded of how grateful I am for the following:       Technology Online submissions. Dangerous if you hit “send” too quickly, but mostly a huge advantage over the old … Continue reading

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Sine Qua Non

There was a time when, like many folks starting out in life, I was struggling. Working multiple jobs, trying to get more education, fighting to keep the first home I had bought on my own. I was determined to hang … Continue reading

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Damn, I Did It Again

I’ve come up with what I believe is a new phrase for writer’s like me: “sender’s remorse.” This is the condition I enter just after I have hit “send” and realize I should have added to, changed, or edited my … Continue reading

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Befuddlement

I’m in the process of bringing out a new edition of my poetry book, Fault Lines. The original edition was brought out by a micro press that is now defunct. That version was not available on Amazon (print or e-book) … Continue reading

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Morning

If I’m going to get any writing done, it has to be in the morning. First thing. Sort of. I say sort of, because, first I have to feed the cat. Then, for health reasons, I can’t skip breakfast. Oh, … Continue reading

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Rejuvenation

    Sometimes I just get stuck. Dead in the water. Any creativity I might have had has vamoosed. Many things help, but the one thing I can count on never to fail is a change of scene. And I don’t … Continue reading

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The Only Fix

I’ve been wanting to bring out a second edition of my book of poetry, Fault Lines. I needed to correct some typos, update the bio, and add some credits to the “Acknowledgements.” Most importantly, the first edition, brought out by a … Continue reading

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Neither a Borrower . . .

I’ve never confessed this to anyone–until now. Decades ago, I borrowed a book from a friend. She was adamant that she wanted it back. She even wrote her name, address and phone number inside the front cover. Yet, I never … Continue reading

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