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The "I Always Wanted to Write" Toolkit

Have you always enjoyed writing but not really written anything that you consider “real” writing? Maybe you write the best emails in the world or write poems or short stories  that you never show a soul? 685 more words


Will you, won't you, won't you join the dance?

“Hey Papu?” The little girl asked.

“Hmmm?” The ancient man mused, half distracted by the plant he was drawing.

“What happened?”

“To what sweetheart?”

“The flowers, we were just here yesterday, but now they’re all gone.” 487 more words

Writing Prompt

Writer Driven Writing

Last night I stayed up ridiculously late writing a short story. When I was finished, I felt a huge sense of relief. Sometimes when I get an idea, it takes months to finish, which can be stressful. 279 more words

7 Evil Dwarves

6 Ways to Cure the Despair Virus

There is a virus sweeping across the globe right now and it’s very contagious. It’s not ebola – it’s despair. It’s very catching, it breeds fast and it loves darkness, rage and OPINIONS. 793 more words

Julie Gray

My "Writers Write" Series Interview

This Week At Emily Lupita Studio – My “Writers Write” Series Interview:

I’m delighted to have been interviewed by AndiLit.com about my creative process and new book as part of the “Writers Write” interview series hosted by AndiLit founder, Andi Cumbo-Floyd. 1,224 more words

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#100Prompts: Day 10: Simplifying your life

Today’s prompt thanks to Writers Write: “Robert Stuberg: ‘The trouble with so many of us is that we underestimate the power of simplicity.’ Name three ways you could simplify your life. 586 more words