Concentration

posted Nov 13, 2015, 7:18 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:52 AM ]

Concentration

There is an old, old TV show called “Concentration” which required contestants to find a match of two pieces in a framework of 36 pieces.  As they were matched two by two it revealed a puzzle underneath; then the puzzle underneath was usually a saying composed of pictures with a plus or minus between that and the next picture and formulating a phrase which contestants would guess and therefore win. 

It was a fun game for the home audience which could participate and which I did for many years and loved it when I could solve the puzzle before the actual contestants on television.

I have found that throughout life I have loved puzzles and games and did not mind losing at games and playing them until I figured out how to win.  I learned Cribbage as a child in elementary school playing with an old retired man and soon was able to how to win, sometimes often sometimes not so often.

Let’s figure out this puzzle and maze of how to get your manuscript ready to publish and take you from writer to author.

 

I would love to help you, Dear Writers, while you are helping me.

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Concentration

There is an old, old TV show called “Concentration” which required contestants to find a match of two pieces in a framework of 36 pieces.  As they were matched two by two it revealed a puzzle underneath; then the puzzle underneath was usually a saying composed of pictures with a plus or minus between that and the next picture and formulating a phrase which contestants would guess and therefore win. 

It was a fun game for the home audience which could participate and which I did for many years and loved it when I could solve the puzzle before the actual contestants on television.

I have found that throughout life I have loved puzzles and games and did not mind losing at games and playing them until I figured out how to win.  I learned Cribbage as a child in elementary school playing with an old retired man and soon was able to how to win, sometimes often sometimes not so often.

Let’s figure out this puzzle and maze of how to get your manuscript ready to publish and take you from writer to author.

 

I would love to help you, Dear Writers, while you are helping me.

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There is an old, old TV show called “Concentration” which required contestants to find a match of two pieces in a framework of 36 pieces.  As they were matched two by two it revealed a puzzle underneath; then the puzzle underneath was usually a saying composed of pictures with a plus or minus between that and the next picture and formulating a phrase which contestants would guess and therefore win. 

It was a fun game for the home audience which could participate and which I did for many years and loved it when I could solve the puzzle before the actual contestants on television.

I have found that throughout life I have loved puzzles and games and did not mind losing at games and playing them until I figured out how to win.  I learned Cribbage as a child in elementary school playing with an old retired man and soon was able to how to win, sometimes often sometimes not so often.

Let’s figure out this puzzle and maze of how to get your manuscript ready to publish and take you from writer to author.

 

I would love to help you, Dear Writers, while you are helping me.

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