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FIVE THINGS I LEARNED WRITING ‘A DECENT WOMAN’

MAY 1, 2015 by Eleanor Parker Sapia

Reblogged from Organic Coffee, Haphardly, Literary Society

I came to writing books late in life after a twenty year career as a successful exhibiting painter living in Belgium. 1,715 more words

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April update

A no-writing weekend! I managed to make it to a lunch re-union of my Arvon writing course from 2011 on Saturday in London, got back home and went to bed, where I still am, snorting, sniveling and hacking. 712 more words

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My 100th Post! And Other Fiction Writing Updates

WordPress just heralded me for writing my 100th post on this blog…

To celebrate, I am taking a quick break for the month of May as far as writing my usual Monday posts. 98 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Conflict

As a writer I feel a bit guilty for taking inspiration from real life conflict. Good stories have conflict and real life conflict can often be tragic. 46 more words

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How Not to Get Noticed by Other Writers, Agents, Other Publishing Types, and Book Junkies

This is my own personal 10 steps on how NOT to get noticed by other writers, agents, various other publishing types, and assorted book junkies.  These tips, of course, are in no particular order.  894 more words

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Sharing my work

After a few suggestions, I will be sharing my work on Wattpad. This will sort of be a beta read to see how it’s received. 115 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Truth

Teacher: You’ll never be a writer.

Student: I might one day with enough practice. But you’ll always be ugly.

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