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Editing the First Scene

Author’s note: This blog post is going to be a little longer than I normally aim for because I am going to show you a before-and-after editing pass and explain the rationale of my changes. 1,585 more words

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The 7/7/7 Challenge, Part Two

I’ve been tagged on the 7/7/7 Challenge again – twice! Rachael Ritchey and Michelle @ The Writing Hufflepuff both nominated me for a new go-round. And even though… 235 more words

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The Minor(?) Cost of a Great Weekend

This past weekend was marvelous! Rachael flew in, Donkey and Lisa came by and Husband’s twin was here, too. The weather was perfect. There was a half game of gonzo croquet, several hands of cutthroat bridge, rich food and many carbonated beverages. 399 more words

How to Critique - Different Drafts


PART 2: DIFFERENT DRAFTS

The First Draft – General Feedback
If you’re putting a first draft out to be critiqued (especially if it’s unedited), it is best not to ask for things about spelling, grammar, or wording.  787 more words

Non-Fiction

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How to Critique - Introduction


PART 1: INTRODUCTION

Throughout my years of writing and being in a writing community made up of young writers, I’ve gotten a lot of critiques of my work.  980 more words

Non-Fiction

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September opportunity for poets

As Tupelo Press’ 30/30 project winds down this week, I’ve been keeping up with the generative work process of writing a poem a day. I focused on time this month–how it’s rigid and flexible at the same time, how we perceive it, and what happens to it in memory. 175 more words

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Writing in Gulps and Sips

by Carrie Charley Brown

It really gets on my nerves when I take a sip of water and it dribbles down my mouth, chin, and neck. 574 more words

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