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Anne English
Writer. Mom. Attorney. Optimist. Over-thinker, sometimes, I think.
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Anne English 2h
⁩ books, spotted in the wild ⁦⁩ today.
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Anne English Jan 17
Replying to @with_love_becca
I love this!!! They come up with the best names for things!
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Anne English Jan 16
Replying to @adri_staple
I still need some resolution there.
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Anne English Jan 16
, do yourself a favor and go listen to author on the Why Should I podcast! So good! It gave me a lot to think about and a new perspective on several aspects of writing, publishing, and personal goals.
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Anne English Jan 11
Anne English Paradigm ™️ 🤪 Glad that my type A personality has helped at least one person. 😂
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Anne English Jan 10
Replying to @Shadow_Enz
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Anne English Jan 9
Replying to @AyoJimoh @qwrrty and 3 others
Gotta take every other egg, in alternating rows, like a checkerboard, so the carton is always balanced. 😉.
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Anne English Jan 2
Replying to @JenCat1313
Wonderful and good luck to you! I have every confidence that you will get it done! Let’s set a writing date soon!
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Anne English Jan 2
Replying to @jamiattenberg
😉 Thank you! Me too! As someone who has a hard time hitting “submit,” I’m hoping this will be a positive way of reaching my goal. 🙂
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Anne English Jan 2
Replying to @JenCat1313
Short stories! I submitted to several journals in 2018, then in 2019 I only submitted 1 story to few journals in November..... if I can make it to 50 over the course of the year, that will be huge for me! Have you set any (public) writing goals for 2020?
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Anne English Jan 2
Replying to @jamiattenberg
These are great! My goals are to finish my draft manuscript by 3/26/20, revise it in the fall, and to receive 50 short story rejections in 2020.
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Anne English Jan 1
First day of 2020 and already my first rejection.... I’m well on my way to my goal of 50 rejections this year!
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Anne English Dec 28
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Anne English Dec 27
Read Fates and Furies last night before sleep and woke up thinking of ‘s writing. I love the spirit and pace and language of this novel so much I don’t even care how the book ends. [This is a first.]
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Anne English Dec 26
My son woke up spitting mad at 3am because we hadn’t woken him up earlier to play w/ presents and.... how to say this... Christmas is cancelled next year and the Grinch is my spirit animal.
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Anne English Dec 13
My son saved half his cashews from his lunch for an afternoon snack. He is 3 and more emotionally mature than I am....
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Anne English Dec 5
I “should” myself a lot. I’ve been trying to eliminate it from my vocab, but hadn’t thought about flipping it to “could.” Thanks, “Could” feels so much better!
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Anne English Dec 4
Replying to @with_love_becca
Can you imagine that child’s future spouse showing up for the holidays?
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Kenyon Review Dec 2
"How to Hear a Stutter," by Adam Giannelli from our current issue:
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Jellyfish Review Nov 27
One nice thing about flash fiction is if you read one a day and you don't like it, it only cost you a minute, but if you like it or even love it then it can stay with you for years and many of them will.
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