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How to Survive While You Write

One of the most touching stories from literary history is the one of Nathaniel Hawthorne who had suffered at a job at the customs house for years and was finally fired. 344 more words


On Writing and Stuff

“Write what you feel. Read what you love.” – Ellie Kaye

My motto. Words that I wrote down just a few months ago to hammer into my brain because I’m always doubting myself and the things I have written and want to write. 1,018 more words


THE WRITING DESK - by Rachel Hauck

 The Writing Desk

by Rachel Hauck

Ebook: 418 pages, Publisher: Zondervan (July 11, 2017).

ISBN: 0310341590 & ASIN: B01MRJJ0N2. Price: $10.90

The Writing Desk by Rachel Hauck is about the connected multigenerational stories of two lady writers from two different eras and two very different worlds, separated by relentless time and fiery circumstances, who achieve their goals with indomitable courage, defying all odds and braving obstacles. 65 more words


Blithering Blues @ THE COMPUTER

A shout out to Tim Haag over @ Word Inventions. His short writers horoscope posts have provided this blogger with (long & loud) moments of hilarity, plus he regularly shares helpful writer tips & links. 248 more words

Life (in General)

Amy Catalinac

Amy Catalinac is an Assistant Professor of Politics at New York University. She earned her B.A. in Political Science and Japanese from the University of Otago, B.A. 97 more words


REVIEWED: I'd Die For You (and other lost stories)

I’d Die for You (and other lost stories) by F. Scott Fitzgerald. (Story Collection, 2017).

Yes, the much-honored (even revered) author of The Great Gatsby… 662 more words