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But is it realistic?

It was a typical Friday night and my partner and I got cozy on the couch to watch Unbroken (were we the only people on the planet who hadn’t seen this?). 708 more words

The "Writing Voice"

Do you have a writing voice? Or do you develop a writing voice? Should a person that has a strong “writing voice” or personality change it or try to improve it? 129 more words


Emulation, adaption and flashlights.

Throughout our lives as writers we at first try to emulate an author we like. For me it’s been Anne Rice, Frank Herbert and Edgar Rice Burroughs. 195 more words


Worst Meeting Ever

I sit at the end of the conference room table, listening quietly and taking notes. The committee leader drones on, barely taking a breath, not leaving so much as a beat for the other seven members to break in. 544 more words


Writing With Voice

Writing with voice can be one of the most difficult things about writing. It’s how you–the author–express yourself within the story. Voice can be found in the kind of comparisons you make. 664 more words

Experiences And Advice

Story Prompt

Imagine that you are walking along this path, or create a character that is doing so. What are you/they thinking about on this walk? Conjure up an inner monologue that is happening in your/their mind during this solitary walk through the woods and see what comes up. 39 more words

Creative Writing

Meg Rosoff: Your Writing Voice

“Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences. 21 more words