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Managing Comparisons in Writing Style

I don’t think it’s any surprise that a lot of people get discouraged while writing novels—or poetry, or short stories, or…well, you get it. There are a whole host of reasons why these things all too often end up unfinished: lack of time, lack of motivation, the sheer difficulty of writing 50 or 100 thousand words. 386 more words


"Lord of Chaos" - Robert Jordan's "The Wheel of Time," Book 6 and Christianity

“Humanity retreated, and the Shadow advanced.” – Robert Jordan, “Lord of Chaos,” p. 450.

Poignant words. Robert Jordan’s epic series, The Wheel of Time, continued with book 6: 

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Unready Man

Full credit to Robert Jordan for some of the inspiration to this short poem.

It’s odd, is it not, concepts follow us around
ideas fears and feelings resound, echoing through life… 51 more words


65 - Why I couldn't finish the Wheel of Time series

Disclaimer: This is obviously one of those opinionated review write-ups that one some times sees zooming about on the internet. I’ve never written one of these before and don’t plan on writing any more but after reading (read – ‘forcing myself to sit through’) … 721 more words


Book you should read: The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan

The Wheel of Time is a series of epic fantasy novels written by American author James Oliver Rigney, Jr., under the pen name Robert Jordan… 312 more words


Nanowrimo Spotlight: Metamorphose Magazine

Okay, we’re into the last week of National Novel Writing Month now, and I still have a few spotlight interviews to share with you. Today’s comes from… 653 more words


For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemmingway

“Today is the only one day in all the days that will ever be. But what will happen in all the other days that ever come can depend on what you do today.” 435 more words