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Snow Problem

You know when your neighbor stops you and says, “Haha, if you don’t like the weather just wait ten minutes!” and chuckles quietly as he pats himself on the back? 750 more words


CEM 21 No. 55 2014, Screenwriting

When it comes to writing screenplays that sell by determining what producers seem to want I am reminded of the card game “Go Fish”, in which players ask one another if they hold cards for a given rank. 594 more words


20 Examples Of Fine Writing

‘I’ve never met an ass to rival yours,’ he says. And that remark makes me feel better than if I’d just won the National Book Award.

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Only Story Worth Telling

What if you could only write one story in your life?

I’ve been thinking this line of thought lately. I’m rereading The Hobbit. If Tolkien had only published that one book, if he had contributed nothing else to the world’s stories, he would still have done well as a writer. 421 more words


NaPoWriMo Poetry Challenge Day 19! "The Vacation"

It’s the 19th day of the NaPoWriMo poetry challenge and I’m still here! Yay! :D

It’s a Saturday and today’s challenge says: “There are some pretty wild names for sea shells. 323 more words


"Why can't we all just get along?" (maybe just a little bit?) - National Poetry Month Post #6

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I came across this article while doing a Google search about Joyce Carol Oates, Poets, and Writing in general. I completely agree with the author’s argument at the end of the page and was surprised (to certain extent; I have read about the “cattiness” of a few of the greats) that some of the greatest writers who have put words on a page said those things about one another. 31 more words


Map Your Success for Aspiring Authors

Map Your Success for Aspiring Authors

For four-weeks, aspiring authors will explore writing success essentials. One-hour each week we will uncover the secrets of writing and marketing biographies, memoirs and family books. 285 more words

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