Haiku – Project 2

The articles below relate to the 2014 project to publish the series Haiku Books of Days. Please click on the headlines below to read the entire article.

The Indispensable Absolutely Necessary VAA

by Kim Pearson on October 15, 2014

If you are an author and don’t have a Virtual Author’s Assistant (VAA), then I’m so sorry for you. I also urge you to get one, because a good VAA will make your author journey much smoother, productive, and successful. And you will learn a lot about the book biz, too. For the last few […]

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Apostrophes, Fonts, Misty Trees and Other Decisions

by Kim Pearson on August 26, 2014

My copyeditor, Lauren Hidden (www.hiddenhelper.com) finished editing the first of the seven haiku books, and is now closing in on finishing the rest. A commenter on Lauren’s Facebook post about this editing job asked this question: “How the hell does one edit haiku’s?” Pretty funny, considering that he answered his own question by putting an […]

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I Show Up

by Kim Pearson on August 12, 2014

Whoopie, we’re off and running. My project, The Haiku Books of Days, will soon be out in the world, instead of being hidden inside my morning pages journals. I am incredibly grateful to the awesome team Jan King has put together to help make this happen. If you’ve read my first post about the Haiku […]

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The Haiku Book of Days Project

by Kim Pearson on June 25, 2014

For nearly twenty years, one of my writing disciplines has been to write one haiku poem per day. I write them whether I feel like it or not, mostly in the mornings while looking out my office window. The view outside is always and never the same, reflecting the inward view of my own psyche. […]

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