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The Monday Post: Links for Readers and Writers

Inspired by a similar type of post found on Electric Literature‘s website, The Monday Post is a collection of articles for writers and readers as well as a sampling of interesting works and publications from across the internet.  473 more words


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Links for Readers and Writers shows up again with interesting non required reading.

Kinks in cyberspace have stopped me from finishing a post
After a frustrating half an hour trying to finish my post for tomorrow, as over and over my last photograph would not load, I quit. For today, I have a writing deadline elsewhere. Plus an intriguing hour to follow my nose to a new area of a city we are visiting. So enjoy A Vase of Wildflowers Monday post for readers and writers, plus visit her blog to see what other lovely topics she cooks up.

Thanks for looking in, Deborah Taylor-French

[caption id="attachment_8080" align="alignnone" width="576"]I love Marc. Marc take me home! Cone-head, panting to cool down in the exam room[/caption]

Have You Fed Your Inner Artist Lately?

In my last post, I explored the question of whether it was more important to have artistic skill, or to master the craft of writing. 378 more words

Author's Blogs

Making writing fun

Joe’s Post #130

Or rather, making it fun, again.

When did I lose the fun of writing?

Being me, I want to quantify, analyze, decipher why. 902 more words


Where to begin

Where do you start a book?

It’s something that still causes me a bit of confusion. And with confusion comes consternation and with consternation comes stress and panic and whammo, fun goes out the window like a cat fleeing the vacuum cleaner. 861 more words

Writing Advice

day 83.. (no edits)

8:36.  To be in bed by 9:45, and I recall the whole day with my little Artist, one of the happiest, most enriching and meaningful in years (and I thought the last two days were incredible)…  More planning for tomorrow, with an aching foot, right, from the hour treadmill run which yielded 6.2 miles, in its terms and calculation.  582 more words