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Lacey London Nov 16
When a bookworm designs a fountain... 😍😍😍
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Jaxon Wolfe 14h
Going to put this baby on my writing desk because I'm weird like that
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TrainofThoughtPress 12m
Hey authors! - Writing your next book is one of the best marketing strategies you have!
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Jon Winokur Nov 16
Talent is insignificant. I know a lot of talented ruins. Beyond talent lie all the usual words: discipline, love, luck, but most of all, endurance. JAMES BALDWIN
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Writing & Editing Nov 16
Sometimes it's not really about writing something new, but writing something that touches people.
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Novelicious 1h
If I waited for perfection, I would never write a word. — Margaret Atwood
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Natalie Rand♥️📚🐢 Nov 17
with a comma here and there
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Morgan Wright Nov 16
I do my best proofreading after I hit send...
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Novelicious 14h
Very few know what they are doing until they've done it. ANNE LAMOTT Christine Ellger
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KT Daxon 7h
take it or leave it. How I view the whole comma thing. I read comma's like a breath. I don't want to suffocate myself (too few) but I don't want to hyperventilate either. Comma's used correctly means saving a life. 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Jon Winokur Nov 17
You can always fix bad pages. You can’t fix no pages. So write. Just write. Try to turn off that voice of doom that paralyzes you. HARLAN COBEN
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Lacey London 13h
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Scoopey 14h
Oh yeah! New short story rewrite got to 9000 words! I'll leave it there!
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Andrew Hood 13h
Getting my published gives me about 9% royalties, self publishing give me 70%. But for some reason I still want that industry approval. I want someone to say “we know books and this one makes the grade!” (Is this crazy?)
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Jessica Bonder 17h
Guys: I just received an acceptance for a work of mine that was repeatedly rejected. (And I mean REPEATEDLY.) But I believed in its worth and kept on submitting. I could burst into tears. Do not give up.
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Hollie Hausenfluck 7h
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🖤Amber LaShell🖤 6h
How do you get your writing mojo back when the story feels like it has abandoned you????
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Jon Winokur Nov 16
Find a subject you care about and which you in your heart you feel others should care about. It is this genuine caring, not your games with , which will be the most compelling and seductive element in your style. KURT VONNEGUT
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Jon Winokur 22h
Sometimes a line enters your head, and you're so grateful for it. You go online to check to see if anyone wrote it before you. You must have stolen it.
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Lacey London Nov 16
People think being a writer is a glamorous profession... I just spent forty-five minutes trying to find a suitable synonym for 'colleagues' in my pyjamas.
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