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Crutch Words (Part 2)

Crutch words or phrases lack meaning. They take away from our voice, leaving readers to face wordy prose. Every writer suffers from the use of crutch words. 159 more words


Sermon Manuscript: John 1:29-34

On Sunday we continued a six week series through John’s “Book of Signs.” Our goal in the series is to examine the vignettes John offers in the first half of his gospel account to gain a full picture of who Jesus is and what he means to us. 20 more words


Steele Internship Program

Approximate Date of Posting: January 3, 2017

Position: Multiple (Library & Museum)

Location: Cooperstown, New York


Time Frame:  June 5-August 11, 2017

Compensation… 561 more words


Author Update

“And when he swore to bring back his love by the stories he’d create, nightmares shifted endlessly in the darkness of the lake.” – The Poet and the Muse by Poets of the Fall… 345 more words


Falling Out of Love With the First Draft

Let go or die. Your current form will leave you stuck—until you kill it.

You don’t get things right the first time.

You have to try again, apply for another job, start dating after you get rejected. 1,141 more words

Personal Growth

Why You Should Edit Halfway Through Your First Draft

I don’t know why writers like to sit on a shitty draft.


They’re all like, oh just get it over with. It’s okay, your first draft isn’t supposed to be good. 453 more words


Slim Grip on Reality

In response to the Daily Prompt: Cling

Rough seas rise up, dark and murky. Toes stretching in a frantic search for solid ground and arms flail for the coarse grip of rope. 859 more words