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Co-Authorship: Writing As A Team

A few years ago, Mike and I sat down in a Barnes & Noble cafe and talked about doing a project together. We had already sent each other some work for the other to review and were both still interested at that point.   709 more words



Emotional Music mixes or dramatic music mixes on youtube are lifesavers! These mixes are made of music that is meant to help you concentrate on whatever task is at hand. 53 more words


We are all apprentices as writers – aren’t we?

There’s no getting around the fact that writing is a learned skill – one that demands just as much work, practise and effort as becoming (say) a concert pianist. 328 more words


Writing from Experience: Wednesday, May 27th

Lee Child, author of the famous “Jack Reacher” novels, didn’t begin his writing career until he was 40 years old.

(A hollywood adaptation of Jack Reacher was released last year, starring none other than Tom Cruise. 203 more words

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Hunger, Fire & Iron: The Making of a Writer

Any wise aspiring writer will, sooner or later, seek out the advice of established writers in the hope of gaining useful insights, practical tips and inspiring encouragement. 270 more words

Becoming A Writer

Lacy - Background Noise

I’ve probably mentioned it before, but when I’m writing, I like to find a song that makes me think of the characters, and then I play it on a loop. 158 more words

Shanna Hatfield