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Letting Your Neighbors Inspire Your Writing

By Caren Lissner

Each year around this time, as the temperature gets colder and the nights grow longer, I spend more time sequestered in my small fifth-story apartment, writing. 763 more words

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Exercising Mindfulness, Part 2

It’s been nearly a year since my original post about Exercising Mindfulness. I feel like now is a good time to revisit/reflect on this topic and how I have been applying it lately. 646 more words

Reflections

English songs quiet book (third part)

Hello everyone!

I have already written two posts about the quiet book I made (you can go back to them here and here). Today I will share the last three pages of the book which illustrate the songs “Hickory Dickory Dock”, “The wheels on the bus” and “A peanut sat on a railroad track”. 602 more words

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My Affair with the Sentence

By Beth Ann Fennelly 

After many years of a fairly monogamous relationship with poetry, I began a flirtation with prose. Now it’s a full-blown affair. My newest book, … 961 more words

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Attaining Brevity

I’m all about brevity, and not just for Brevity. I’m ruthless with my editing clients’ work. In the big picture, asking if a scene is needed or a subplot is serving the story as a whole. 684 more words

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