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Hemingway's Advice - Part One

Hello Friends!

I know it sometimes hard to take advice, especially when it has not been asked for. But what if it came from someone who really knew what they were talking about? 203 more words


Writing Wednesday - Hidden Truths

Last Week’s WW: A Little Mystery

Most people believe in something.  It doesn’t really matter what that something is.  It can be abstract, like the idea that good will always triumph over evil, or that humanity will inevitably destroy itself.   121 more words


A Writer's Journey - Catherine Cruzan - Part 3

My author friend, Sophia Ann Montoya, continues our discussion about writing–what goes into it, what a writer should be focused on as they hone their craft, and some basic elements to improving as a writer in general. 108 more words


Write, even when you don't feel like it.

Don’t you hate that moment when you’re in the middle of a project and you suddenly lose interest and feel ready to scrap the whole thing? 113 more words

Advice & How-To

"How to Be a Poet," Wendell Berry

(to remind myself)


Make a place to sit down.
Sit down. Be quiet.
You must depend upon
affection, reading, knowledge,
skill—more of each
than you have—inspiration, 109 more words


And Now For Something Completely Different

Okay, so do you how when you’re in school/uni/work and you always know the day because of it, then you get some time off and you have absolutely no clue about the date or day or anything? 500 more words

None Of The Above

Defeating Writer's Block 3: Do Not Edit

I’m on this topic as I face a writer’s temptation, and to succumb to these snares sends one to the purgatory of a special kind of writer’s block. 517 more words