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Nicole Dumas Apr 20
Celebrating ! I'm going to buy a few indie books this month. Drop links to your book and I'll check them out. I'm obsessed w/poetry but also love good stories of any genre. 📕📗📘📙💚
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Imogen-Kelsie 17h
What genre do you write? Let's connect with each other! I write Romance, erotic romance, autobiographical fiction, contemporary
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Jon Winokur 10h
Anybody who has survived his childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days. FLANNERY O’CONNOR
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Jon Winokur 4h
Write about only three things: what you love, what you hate, and what you’re deeply conflicted about. MARLON JAMES
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Clifford T. Wellman Jr -author- Apr 22
I bought a few books already this month, but i'm looking for a few more. I like thrillers, fantasy, but I'm open to a lot of genres. Would love some
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The Stinging Fly Apr 21
The closing date to apply for a place on one of the 4 workshops at our summer school in July is Thursday May 9th. We have two places for people on low income/unwaged. Do please help spread the word.
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Jon Winokur 8h
If you can tell , create , devise incidents, and have sincerity and passion, it doesn't matter a damn how you write. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
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Diagonal22 Apr 15
#42 The Great Emptiness That Swallowed Everything - Diagonal22 "The great emptiness that swallowed everything closed around him ever so tightly. The crushing feeling of a man falling apart was the last thing he could..."
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Jon Winokur Apr 19
Don't bend; don't water it down; don't try to make it logical; don't edit your own soul according to the fashion. Rather, follow your most intense obsessions mercilessly. FRANZ KAFKA
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Author-Sandra-Jeffs Apr 18
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Jon Winokur 12h
I would never write about someone who is not at the end of his rope. STANLEY ELKIN
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Jon Winokur 11h
shows the external effects of internal conditions. Be aware of the tension between internal and external movement. RAYMOND CARVER
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A.C. Salter - Author 📚🕯✒ Apr 21
My granddaughter and I, sporting bunny ears and tails for Easter. A quick barbecue then down to the beach for a swim...
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Viewer Apr 15
I’ve only read 33 pages of Helen Oyeyemi’s Gingerbread but I’m completely captivated by the story and her language.
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Pat Whalen Apr 15
Hey, I finished the first draft on the third book of the trilogy – The Light. It was like saying farewell to an old friend. In the mean time, read book one of the trilogy
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Pat Whalen 16h
Someone’s talking inside the alien ship and he’s not human. This can’t be good – or can it? "The thing speaks? English?" click the link below to join in on their adventures
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Amanda Clayton 8h
Review: Kat Howard's, "An Unkindness of Magicians" --
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Jon Winokur 20h
Every little detail you can smuggle with you into your makes your world more real to your reader. NEIL GAIMAN
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Sheila Patel Apr 23
The Easter parade comes to the roundabout, Trace rides the waltzers and her flip flop flies off and lands in the popcorn kiosk. Cher's voice blares out 'Gypsies Tramps & Thieves'
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Victoria Cornwall Apr 22
Join me on Morton S.Gray's for a Q&A session about Daughter of the House and more! via based written for you.
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