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On Writing: Ernest Hemingway

“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”

~Ernest Hemingway

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BloPoMo Day 2, Part 2: Love in Fewer Than Ten Words

Love is saying “I’m here” and being there.

Love is saying “I will” and doing so.

Love is grasping hands through nightmares and pain.

Love is asking “how are you” and wanting to know. 153 more words

Personal Reflection

Daily Writing Prompt

Charles had to take a double look at his master. The usually pensive and undisturbed face was contorted in something that resembled a twisted and menacing…smile? 42 more words

Daily Prompt

Writing Tips: How Daily Practice Builds Your Writing Habit

These days, more than a few websites and blogs and social media posts offer you advice on how to finish your novel, easy hacks to getting published, ways to get inspired. 373 more words

Writing Tips

Workshop: Exit Alley

Chapter 1 — The Warehouse

Workshop Reading for Cleveland Writer’s Group – Sept. 2015

The abandoned building in the Warehouse District was dark and cold. I didn’t have glass on the AnSub, but we were picking up an RFI signature that was an eighty percent match to the A-VIN profile. 990 more words


Writers Write Prompt: Villains with a Morning Routine

Georg swung his feet over the side of his bed. His toes squelched in a day old peanut butter sandwich, but he just walked it off. 130 more words

Haiku - Tree

Writers Write

Tall and so quiet

Until the breeze awakens

The leaves whispering