The words don’t always form, but their meanings might. It’s like watching a scene without hearing. You make sense of what you can, with what you’re given, straining harder to see what’s right in front of you. 36 more words
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On Being a Writer
by David Edward Wagner
The Reality of Being a WriterThe aim of this blog entry is to give a bit of friendly advice and insight into the mindset and processes of the professional (or honestly, even the non-professional or the trying-to be-professional) writer. 1,704 more words
It occurred to me the other day that 99.9 percent of the writing advice on the internet is ‘how to write novels’. There is an assumption that anybody who writes will, by default, be a novellist; that writing is exclusively all about plots, character arcs and so forth. 285 more words
M. Misanthrope offers some end-of-the-year advice to writers.
#16 – The worst New Year’s resolution a writer can have is ‘to write more’. If it’s not happening now, it’s not happening next year. 65 more words