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How I Edit My Photos

I have been posting for a while now, and I thought it would be cool to share with you my secret behind editing my photos. My magic wand, my loaded gun, my main tool that makes this blog function is my iPhone 4s (I know, I know, it’s all about the iPhone 6 plus). 453 more words

David Theriault reblogged this on Re:Framed and commented:

How one blogger edits her photos...

One Writer's Manifesto-- for my dear friend, Penny Watson.

Listen up, girlfriend, because I’m about to spill a writer’s most sacred secrets.

The cardinal rule of writing: and this little gem is going on my tombstone~ … 416 more words

An Author's Voice

Writers' Wisdom

“Cram your head with characters and stories.
Abuse your library privileges. Never stop looking at the world,
and never stop reading to find out what sense other people have made of it.
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On Writing

Jeanne reblogged this on Slowing The Pace and commented:

Nice...thank you.

Writers' Wisdom

On Tuesday, the writing world lost one of its greatest mentors when William Zinsser passed away at the age of 92. Now, I say mentor not because I knew Zinsser, but because he was such an inspiration to many, many writers. 215 more words


Jeanne reblogged this on Slowing The Pace and commented:

I'd like to read his book. Thank you for sharing this post.

Meet Dobby (aka, me!)

Hey, Folks!

I think I should start by apologizing for this blog (I know, never apologize for your art, but I am doing it anyway).  It will be pretty expository in nature rather than reflective as a good blog should be, so yeah, this one might be a bit boring, but these early expositions are essential if you are to understand where I’m coming from.   971 more words



A palindrome to get you home. 

Nur manchmal schiebt der Vorhang der Pupille
sich lautlos auf –. Dann geht ein Bild hinein,
geht durch der Glieder angespannte Stille – 1,289 more words


On Being a "Writer" (part 12: The "P" Word)

I touched on the idea of Revision in my second post in this series. I have been grappling with this for as long as I’ve lived. 477 more words