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The written word doesn’t work alone…

Writing is in many ways a solitary process. Ultimately if you want to write something you have to sit down and actually write (if you pay someone else to write it you didn’t entirely write it). 491 more words

#2bORnot2B: Meme of the Week

This week, since we’ve been talking about perceptions of the “right” way to do things and reality, it’s time to talk about your inner critic.  Below are two pieces that might prove illuminating for you — (here’s a hint: the point of both is to be patient and learn to let go.) 33 more words


Novel mode

I’m in novel mode again, a pleasurable, guilt-ridden state. I’m not quite sure who flicked the switch from hard-working freelancer to dreamer. Slowly, very slowly, I’m understanding how I work best… 255 more words


Write Now!

The Meetup name caught my attention: Lancaster Writes Now!  A monthly gathering of writers at The Candy Factory,  a co-working space, located three minutes from my new home. 180 more words

College Application Essay Guidance

Typing With Wet Claws: Do The Work Edition

Hello, all. Skye here, for another Feline Friday. Anty is a little loopy this week, because it is summertime, there have been some domestic tornadoes, and she is on the second draft of two different books at the same time,  947 more words


The Feelers

With exactly 3 weeks left to go until the “Oklahoma” deadline, I have begun sending out feelers for my next project.

I always adore this part of the process. 37 more words


Letter To Murray

Dear Murray,

Wow! Your writings really speak to me in terms of how you view writing and how important the process is to a successful writing. 343 more words

Teaching Writing