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Janie Chang 12h
The advice to "write what you know" is so misunderstood. Research what interests you until you know it. You know about feelings - love, bliss, jealousy, rage. Write about that.
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Lauren Elena 5 Jun 18
Amazing! Why didn’t I think of this? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜»
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Chatchatcatcat 20 Aug 15
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ns510 Jan 26
Replying to @readwithaview
// last stretch! πŸ“šπŸ’ͺ🏽
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Mrs. Ross 24 Feb 15
Cats and books,purrfect together! 😺
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Girl_On_The_Stoop 14 Aug 15
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Peyton Arnold 21 Aug 15
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Wellcome Book Prize 8 Aug 17
Happy ! Is your cat a bookworm? Send us your pictures 😻
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Emily S 24 Feb 16
FYI: If you didn't take the photo, don't share the photo. It's ILLEGAL.
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Janie Chang May 20
Expect to make sacrifices as you establishe your writing career. Income and time, mostly. And as a result, some relationships. HRH Mischa understands.
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Kayla P. 6 Mar 16
Finishing up my third book in as many days... …
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Daria Knight 6 Feb 16
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Janie Chang Jun 3
I've realized that waiting for inspiration just means I don't write anything. Only after producing pages of self-doubting crap does the Muse put in a cameo appearance to kick my ass.
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Books With A Past 18 Jun 16
"Wait, wait! Get my good side!" @ Books With…
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Alethea 23 Apr 13
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jen larsen 23 Mar 15
Handsome bert snuggles with his pile (198 dayz)
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Molly Wetta 28 Mar 15
Photo: Marceline recommends The Darkest Path of the Forest by Holly ...
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Roan Parrish May 7
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Koa Beck 28 Jan 15
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Janie Chang May 27
Your POV decision can change the entire tone of your story. 3rd person offers more scope in storytelling but watch out for "head-hopping". 1st person limits the storytelling but is easiest to work with.
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