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Olympic Perseverence

“From the age of six I had a mania for drawing the shapes of things. When I was fifty I had published a universe of designs, but all I have done before the the age of seventy is not worth bothering with. 257 more words

Monday's Inspiration - Landscape photographer Wang Wusheng

Born in 1945 in the city of Wuhu in China’s Anhui’s Province.

What I love about his work is the ethereal beauty of nature and our planet that is portrayed. 145 more words

Black And White Photography

Learning from the Masters: Kissing Scenes

I wrote about this before, but I recently read the BEST kissing scene I had to add to my list… 492 more words

Writing

Learning from the Masters: The (Sort-of) Meet-Cute

As I explained last week, I’m looking for examples of meet-cutes in which the two parties concerned already know each other. There actually aren’t a ton of those out there in YA, or so I’ve found. 517 more words

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Learning from the Masters: The Meet-Cute (sort of)

In my current manuscript, there are many things I’m struggling with. (More on some of those other things here.) One of them is when my protagonist first meets the boy who will eventually become a love interest. 966 more words

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Learning From The Masters: Setting the Scene

Another example of a good descriptive paragraph, this time from this awesome book which was one of the ones I couldn’t put down last year (though… 534 more words

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Learning From The Masters: Setting the Scene

Time for another example of how the brilliant authors who came before me introduced readers to a setting without making it boring… 766 more words

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