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7 Lessons I Wish Someone Had Taught Me Before I Started Writing

When I first started writing, I was worse than a kid in a toy store. I wanted it ALL…NOW. I was desperate to be ‘good’ at writing. 1,321 more words

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Warning: a few bad words but good writing lessons.

7 Lessons I Wish Someone Had Taught Me Before I Started Writing

When I first started writing, I was worse than a kid in a toy store. I wanted it ALL…NOW. I was desperate to be ‘good’ at writing. 1,321 more words

Writing

my thoughts on writing

I am a better reader than writer. Nearly six years on WordPress conferred upon me the fortune of reading the blogs of some of the best writers I’ve ever laid eyes on. 525 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Riding Through The Desert With a Book With No Name!

When I think about writer’s block, I think about being stranded in a desert. The grains of sand beneath my feet are the shredded bits of paper that have disintegrated over millennia. 935 more words

Creative Writing

3 steps to creating character goals that won't bore your readers

I have recently decided to give you valuable content so you see, whenever I write a writing lesson post for you I feel it’s just not good enough. 1,372 more words

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#WritingLessons from Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens

I love science fiction and watch it religiously.  Luckily, there are quite a few sci fi franchise options to indulge in, one of which is Star Wars. 861 more words

An Adjunct’s Thoughts on the Feel of Writing

An effective or powerful piece should make the reader feel something.  It should make you, the reader, want to do something, to act, to be a part of something.  121 more words

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