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Writing Wednesday: Writing About Something Else in Times of Public Tragedy.

Yesterday, I get breakfast prepared, lay out the evil thing that is the newspaper amid the bananas and orange juice and oatmeal and coffee in a cute owl shaped mug and, when Babu emerges from the bathroom, I tie an apron around her waist and push in her chair.  405 more words

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Writing Wednesdays: 10 of the most difficult things about writing

I’ve talked plenty about writers’ block and
it’s arguably one of the absolute most difficult things about writing. In this
post, I’m going to offer less advice, and in this post, I’m just going to talk about… 529 more words

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Writing Wednesdays: Hashtag Writing Life

My favorite day of the week is Thursday. I can hear the neighborhood begin to wake up at dusk with the early revilers.
I love days with six letters like Monday and Friday.  228 more words

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Writing Wednesdays: A Poem

I go back and forth about not titling a poem.  Is it just lazy?  An attempt to be cool?  Mostly it’s a missed opportunity.  And yet, if the poem seems to be asking to remain untitled, don’t I have to listen? 109 more words

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Writing on Wednesdays #1

How wondrous we are. Lightning flashes on a dark night. Searching for other souls, like electricity searches for the ground. How incandescent, luminous, phosphorescent and florid. 39 more words

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Writing Wednesdays: What if nobody reads my book when I share it online?

You might have noticed a bit of a theme in
recent Writing Wednesday posts… it’s all about publishing online. So naturally,
that meant a post dealing with the biggest fear that goes with posting your novel… 814 more words

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Writing Wednesdays: What program should you use to write?

To some people, this might sound like
clickbait, or a redundant article – but it’s something I’m asked about a lot.
It’s in the same vein as questions like ‘What font did you print your books in… 842 more words

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