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Elizabeth: Friday Story Time and Sprints

It’s starting to look a little like summer.  Well, not the weather – that is currently cloudy and cool where I’m sitting – but the local stores have rolled out their inventory of beach chairs, swimsuits, pool toys, and sunscreen and the local swimming pool has been open for business for a few weeks now, so summer can’t be too far away. 303 more words

Fiction Writing

Introduction

I made the decision to become a writer two weeks ago.

My twenties have been an immense struggle to discover what I should be doing with my life – what I was put here for.  677 more words

Books

Justine's Tower

After she escaped from her tower she lived Happily Ever After. That is where the story normally ends but I am here to tell you what really happened to Repunzel when she returned home. 220 more words

Thought Bubble...

Author Interview: Kurt Robinson

I met Kurt at the Kentuckiana Author Fair. Kurt Robinson was born and raised in Frankfort, Kentucky. He has always been fascinated with story-telling from watching movies since he was very young. 558 more words

Writing Tips

Is Writer's Block Limited to Fiction? And What Can be Done About it?

“Writer’s block is a condition, primarily associated with writing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work, or experiences a creative slowdown. The condition ranges in difficulty from coming up with original ideas to being unable to produce a work for years.” 491 more words

Compared to Vs. Compared with. Do you know the difference? 

I was reading something on LinkedIn just now and someone had written: “it’s very different nowadays compared to many years ago”.

Something told me this should have been ‘compared with’ but I wasn’t so sure so I turned to Google. 39 more words

Writing

The Grownup

“I never worked holidays, because holiday hand jobs are sad for everyone.”

A review of The Grownup, by Gillian Flynn.

If you know who Gillian Flynn is, then you know this book is incredible.

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