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Jon Winokur Nov 21
As long as you can start, you are all right. The juice will come. ERNEST HEMINGWAY
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Jon Winokur Nov 21
I always start out with an idea, even a boring idea, that becomes a question I don't have answers to. TONI MORRISON
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Jon Winokur Nov 23
People are always coming up with new theories of the , but the main one is: Hold My Attention. MARGARET ATWOOD
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Ramsey Mathews Nov 22
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Jon Winokur Nov 17
I cannot start a or chapter without knowing how it ends. Of course, it rarely ends that way. KAZUO ISHIGURO
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Tammy Patton Nov 24
I don’t know how I’d get through the day without my stories.
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Melissa Morales Nov 19
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Stephanie Maltese Nov 18
Anyone feeling this today? Happy Wednesday! You’ve made it halfway through the week. Sending my musey and creative vibes to you. 💞
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Jon Winokur Nov 24
Creating suspense involves making the reader ask a question, then withholding the answer for as long as possible, without losing their interest. That means creating false leads, going on side quests, creating diversions, whilst maintaining the tension.
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Jon Winokur Nov 19
When we write we offer the silence as much as the . are the part of silence that can be spoken. JEANETTE WINTERSON
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Jon Winokur Nov 24
My foregrounds are imaginary, my backgrounds real. GUSTAVE FLAUBERT
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Emma Covill Nov 22
👽A heavy night's drinking and a . Neil Frost's is about to change forever. But how will he handle it? The MIB have have something to say about it. 👽
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Autumn 🍁 Nov 20
I have fallen in love with everything about you. With the innocence you hold in your heart pure and true. With the smile you wear in your shy eyes two. I have fallen in love with your 'I love you too'
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Michelle Bovée Nov 19
reading 'The Last Flight' by Julie Clark
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Vanda Vadas Nov 19
Annabel MacDonald thought she had the perfect marriage. When the husband she'd never met shows up, she must convince him to return to England before he uncovers her many secrets, and perhaps her heart ❤️ BUY NOW:
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Jon Winokur Nov 23
every , the writer must solve two problems: Can it be done? and, Can I do it? Every book has an intrinsic impossibility, which its writer discovers as soon as his first excitement dwindles. ANNIE DILLARD
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A.J.Griffiths-Jones Nov 18
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JustReadingJess Nov 24
Blood Land - A James Pruett Mystery - Book One - Mystery - Thriller ` via
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Atlantis gazette Nov 20
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Jon Winokur Nov 20
Everybody needs his memories. They keep the wolf of insignificance from the door. SAUL BELLOW
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