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For a while now, my go-to response to new writers asking variations of "Should I not write this because it's been done before?" (the irony of which I am just now realizing as I typing this) has been to quote Sun Tzu There are but 5 notes, yet their combinations are more than can ever be...​ Two Thoughts On Originality, One Old and One read more...

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For a while now, my go-to response to new writers asking variations of "Should I not write this because it's been done before?" (the irony of which I am just now realizing as I typing this) has been to quote Sun Tzu There are but 5 notes, yet their combinations are more than can ever be...​ Two Thoughts On Originality, One Old and One read more...

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Hello, I am a chained prisoner of my own perfectionism. I signed up to this forum, primarily because I am looking for assistance... or relation... or maybe even to be told I'm wrong. I don't know, you read and decide. When I don't overthink it, when I'm not worried about how my writing will... Seeking freedom to read more...

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Hello, I am a chained prisoner of my own perfectionism. I signed up to this forum, primarily because I am looking for assistance... or relation... or maybe even to be told I'm wrong. I don't know, you read and decide. When I don't overthink it, when I'm not worried about how my writing will... Seeking freedom to read more...

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I'm going to talk about a topic which isn't usually what I blog about, here or anywhere. It's on my mind, though, and I think it's extremely important, even more so after reading this article in the Washington Monthly on … Continue reading read more...

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I love sharing guest posts here, and it’s been one of my recent goals to share more voices on Poetic Asides (including the Why I Write Poetry posts). I’m excited to share Pooja Nansi’s voice here today on how poetry is not a competitive sport. Pooja Nansi is a poet and performer. She is the author read more...

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Recently I visited a free exhibition in Miami called ?The Everywhere Studio,? which is on display at the brand new Institute of Contemporary Art. During my visit, I couldn't help but be reminded of my own writer's journey, The Write Practice, and all of you. Here's why. The post The Writer’s Studio: 3 Artistic Truths Writers Can Find in a Miami Museum appeared first on The Write read more...

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2018 could mark a tipping point: The first time that the percentage of Americans who regularly get news online exceeds the percentage who get news from television. Last year, we were almost there. The number of Americans who regularly get news from television fell again between 2016 and 2017, Pew noted Friday, from 57 read more...

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We were in St Ives over the holiday period and had a chance to see the St Ives Lifeboat, RNLB Nora Stachura (RNLI 13-11) on exercises at sea, and coming in to land. I had my pocket camera on me, and took the opportunity to take some photos and record some video clips, which I have edited together into the short film shown below. I was a bit late realising I could make a video of this, so read more...

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NOW AVAILABLE! The post eBooks: The backbone of self-publishing appeared first on Fiction Notes. The digital revolution and the rise of self-publishing or indie publishing has been fueled by two things: ebooks and print-on-demand (POD) books. eBooks are inexpensive and easy to distribute. POD books remove the need for expensive up-front costs of printing thousands of books and then warehousing them. Instead, a book is only printed when there’s Continue Reading The post eBooks: The backbone of self-publishing appeared first on Fiction Notes. Releasing on July 11, 2017 - JUST 3 read more...

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