Daily Archives: April 23, 2015

To Submit or Not to Submit: 5 Arguments for Entering Writing Contests

Kobo Writing Life By Shayna Krishnasamy When I was a young creative writing student I used to keep track of all the writing contests. I’d bookmark the contest pages on the websites of all the literary magazines. I’d make lists … Continue reading

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creative writing prompts . com ideas for writers

I just discovered this site and have bookmarked it straight to the bookmark bar for writing.  The writing prompts aren’t detailed, which I like, and they aren’t immediately visible – you must hover the cursor over the number to read … Continue reading

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Author’s Advice Pt. 18

Originally posted on James Harringtons Creative Work:
Nothing anyone does with their own two hands is EVER a waste of time. This is especially true when it comes to writing. Too often I have heard people write out a few…

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Empire of Shadows: The House of Crimson & Clover #5 by Sarah M. Cradit

Originally posted on Books and Such:
Two dynasties clash for power. Only one empire can emerge. In a time now legend, a sacred vow united the Farværdig and the Tuatha Dé Danann. One race born of fire, the other risen…

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Joan Didion’s Cure for Bankrupt Mornings

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
Joan Didion in 2005. Photo by Kathy Willens/Associated Press Sometimes words fly from your fingers into the keyboard, the ink runs from your pen in a continuous flow, and your imagination fills the screen…

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…no, Authors… yeez don’t have to do stuff PERFECTLY… just do it!…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…it’s prob’ly one of the most widely-known non-secrets amongst those of yeez who know me well… my tag of, ‘this ol’ Jurassic’ refers not just to my belly-button age, but to my self-confessed ineptitude in…

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