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amberwell Jun 14
Replying to @MichaelRosenYes
Want to come and join one of our year 4 Free Writing sessions? You could even sit in our ‘Exciting Writing Extravaganza Station’... it’s very coveted.
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persephoenix Jun 11
Hard times call for furious dancing - Alice Miller. Dance the knots out, allowing the energy held with the nervous system to be discharged in a collective high vibe purge. A spot right next to the amp would be my happy place.
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San Tan Leads Jun 13
So many people out there could benefit from this!
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Clifford J. Green Jun 12
Replying to @CinemaSoloist
Don't know where you are in your career but when you get even a sliver of success refuse to do . Are you a WGA member? Tell your exec/producer your union won't allow it. And don't go back on your decision. Employers almost ALWAYS want someone they can't (easily) get.
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AnnWylie Jun 14
Avoid crumpled-paper syndrome: helps you get words on the page.
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StTimothy'sPS Jun 13
P1a wanted to write their own sentences today and aren’t they just great 👍🏼📝
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Marc Vasquez, APR Jun 14
Having trouble with writer's block? Need some motivation? Look no further. One of the best in the business invites you to because it gets words on paper, fast. (Via )
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Jacqueline Fisch Jun 12
Thoroughly enjoying my morning writing spot. @ Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
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NorthantsWriter Jun 13
Do you write? FREE short story opps: 100-word comp (win online courses or editing!), 6-worders – see #100-wordcompetition
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AnnWylie Jun 9
Here are some of my favorite quotes about : What are your favorite freewriting quotes?
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Standout Books Jun 10
Free writing is productive because it facilitates the mind-body connection that takes place during writing and unlocks the translation of thoughts into words.
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KreativeKourse Jun 10
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annkroeker Jun 13
"Writing practice in your notebook underlies all your other writing...It provides you with a resource base, ever expanding, out of which you produce finished pieces." (Priscilla Long, The Writer's Portable Mentor)
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Sally Jun 9
Lately I’ve been feeling disconnected from spirit, free writing always helps. Along with my mystic oil
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Small Towns Small Fiction Jun 10
Writing prompts are a fun way to get things going sometimes.
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yennylove1 Jun 13
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anuj gangwani Jun 9
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TheWritingReader Jun 9
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🌸 📚 YaziRose LTD 📚 🌸 Jun 7
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