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Engleza de joi/ Lurk

I found this blog intriguing, interesting, fanciful and extremely enjoyable. So much so, that I had to share it with my friends incase you aren’t already following this lady’s writings. 94 more words

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Edgar Allan Poe: The Master of Mystery and the Macabre

You would be hard pressed to find anyone, especially among our fellow lovers of horror stories and tales of terror, who doesn’t know who Edgar Allan Poe was. 666 more words


Overcoming the Fear of Judgement as a Writer

I write a couple of sentences and then delete them just as fast. They were horrible. No one will ever want to read this garbage. Why do I even bother trying to write? 608 more words

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The Handmaid’s Tale
Author: Margaret Atwood

Year: 1985

“We were the people who were not in the papers. We lived in the blank white spaces at the edges of print. 14 more words


I Love Reading Other Blogs

As much as I really do love writing (hoping to finish the first draft of my first book in a couple more weeks) I also really love reading. 143 more words


How to Write a Great Beginning for Your Story

Writing a great beginning for your story is crucial, especially for fiction writers. If the first chapter of your book doesn’t grab the attention of your readers, they will most likely not read any further. 611 more words

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Is the Tale of the Headless Horseman Real or Myth?

Is the tale of the Headless Horseman real, or just another ghost story? Well, yes and no. However, the tale of the Headless Horseman goes a little deeper than the one we are used to in America. 824 more words

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