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On reading and writing in colour

This is just going to be a short post, but something weird happened while I was reading a book the other day and I thought it worthy of comment because I think it might spark an interesting and thought-provoking discussion. 349 more words

Writing Stuff

Yellowed Pages

It is true, our nose cannot detect what our heart is moved by. When I open this yellowed book and bury my face into the pages I breathe in the scent of an abundance of words, history, and the center of my being calls out… 151 more words

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When Criticism Bites--A Lesson from the Fish Bowl

Yesterday, while sifting through my Twitter feed I came across a discussion between bloggers regarding a recent article in The Guardian. The article outlined an author’s stalking of an online reviewer. 653 more words

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23 Productivity Tricks and Tips for Writers

Productivity is just as important for creatives as it is for business moguls. But as creatives, we don’t have to follow the same old productivity advice. 1,714 more words

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Make it Snappy – Writing a Just Right Book Blurb

A recent survey of all-time favourite books places Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird at the top. Personally, I’m happy with that ranking.  It’s a favourite of mine too.  606 more words
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Meet Author M.L.Kilian

This is a great opportunity to meet indie author M.L.Kilian and get to know the person behind the novels Piazza Navona and Nob Hill. Discussions can range from developing a storyline to publishing milestones and issues. 63 more words

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Novels and paper cranes

Making 1,000 paper cranes is like writing a novel. Or perhaps I can only say that embarking on writing a novel feels like embarking on making 1,000 paper cranes, because I’ve never written a novel, but I have made 1,000 paper cranes. 227 more words

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