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Trey Stone Oct 9
"But you're not actually "busy", you're just writing?" Writers! Don't let this fly. Stand up for your art, and for the time you devote to it! It takes courage and heart to make our own way in the world. Don't let those too lazy to walk ruin it.
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Emily Elaine Oct 9
The needs a reminder... WRITER, You are TALENTED You are CAPABLE You will achieve your goals You only fail when you give up. The can be full of emotional turmoil. Keep your head up!
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Trey Stone Oct 8
How many of you are the kind of psychopath who knows the title of your book before it's finished? All my notes for future projects are just "CrimeThriller#3" and "SomeoneDiesInAForestKindof"
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A. L. Freeman Oct 10
I am seriously floored by how friendly the here on Twitter is! Iโ€™ve only been around it for a short while, but I am loving every minute of it. Keep doing what youโ€™re doing, writers, and good luck with your projects.
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Emily Elaine Oct 13
Anyone else in the get mega-anxiety about not having enough time to write? If so, VENT in the comments! If you've overcome these , please share your wisdom!
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Etta Silby ๐ŸŒบ Oct 9
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Segilola Salami 58s
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CN Skinner Oct 14
Writers, what's the worst thing to happened to you as a writer? I gave a friend a printed copy of my MS to read. I told her I made a couple changes and she threw the entire thing in the TRASH. I, literally, believe a piece of my soul died that day.
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Narcisse Navarre Oct 16
We are not each other's competition. We are each other's allies.
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Writer Moms Inc. Oct 15
Here is our first question of the night: Even on the best of days something has to get cut to make life run a little smoother. What's one mom or writing task that is usually first on the chopping block?
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Peter Woodrow 2h
Wow, woke up to find Iโ€™ve got more than 700 followers. To everyone who cared to follow, I want to say thank you.
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K.A. Dorgan, PhD 21h
YEE-HAW!! as we (do NOT actually) say in the Mountain South. Got another Full Request. ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜ to my fellow & this . Before you, I took chances with my research--but NEVER with my creative Non/Fiction. Seldom is success autonomously derived. Thanks!!
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C. W. Kage 5m
Have you heard of closetpoetess? If you haven't here's an amazing place to start!
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brooke_young Oct 13
Looking for recommendations for talented illustrators, TIA.
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Blair London 3h
Today on Ask Blair: How do you overcome writer's block?
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Dal Cecil Runo 25m
hosted by & Lumi the bat. Day 17: Pitch your WIP as a creepy pasta. Lol, tag me in the post or in a comment so I see it. :)
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Sara 'Xitlali' Sampson 2h
day 17 How many times do you go over something you have written before letting someone else see it?
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Juliette Godot 14h
Many thanks to for proofing my tweets for DVpit tomorrow. I love the support from the
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Renee hates pumpkin spice. #sorrynotsorry Oct 15
I know we are a and thusly lovers of . But I also know yโ€™all watch TV. So tell me, friendsโ€”what are your favorite shows? Inquiring minds want to know! I want to peer into the multimedia corners of your souls!
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Sean R. Pumpkins ๐ŸŽƒ๐ŸŽƒ๐ŸŽƒ Oct 9
WRITING A BOOK IS LIKE RIDING A ROLLER COASTER 1 Excitement 2 Screaming 3 More screaming 4 Oh crap, twists and turns 5 Where is this thing going? 6 Why am I doing this? 7 Done! That was fun. Let's go again! 8 Funnel cakes
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