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Drunken Pen Writing 2h
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Dixon Rice Jun 16
“Lists are the butterfly nets that catch my fleeting thoughts...” - Betsy Cañas Garmon
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Debbie Irving 6h
advice from Ngaio Marsh. You may be able to write a novel. You will never know until you have worked hard and written at least part of it. You will never really know until you have written the whole of it and submitted it for publication.
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edebiyat pınarım Jun 12
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Aaron Hamburger Jun 8
Had a terrific time talking about Nirvana Is Here at the St. John's Writing Intensive!
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Dixon Rice Jun 15
“Beware of advice — even this.” - Carl Sandburg
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Uvi Poznansky Author 11h
Uvi✨ A mother's lullaby fiction saga free on   ...
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Stephen Drury Jun 1
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tellallboston Jun 14
Pssst peeps! Sign up for the Tell-All mailing list so you can be the first to know who our next headliner is!
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Dianna Hardy 17h
Another out-of-print deck, this one for lovers! The Shakespearian Tarot by Dolores Ashcroft-Nowocki. Each card contains a , and if you know the play and context, it holds an additional meaning to your reading. Love these cards :)
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Aaron Hamburger 1h
Excited to be part of reading series tomorrow night at 7:30. Details here.
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Dixon Rice Jun 11
"Cut out all those exclamation marks. An exclamation mark is like laughing at your own joke." - F. Scott Fitzgerald
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Damyanti Biswas May 30
Hey peeps, I'm trying to settle an argument with a friend who claims reading is not worth my time. Which books do you absolutely recommend? (Don't hesitate to recommend your own.)
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Obsidian Eagle 2019 Jun 15
Torn apart: the vicious war over young adult books U C the mainstream claims to want 'brave new voices'—until they actually hear what those voices sound like!
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Yale Books Jun 16
The proofs are in! Take a look at how characters can transcend their books to guide our lives by Alberto Manguel, one of the world's most eminent bibliophiles. 'Fabulous Monsters' is publishing in July 2019:
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Galvin Teague Jun 4
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Jo Brennan Jun 8
A fabulous little festival in beautiful surrondings of
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Claudia Dillaire 21h
Miscellany: For the 66 percent of Americans who admit to reading in the bathroom, the preferred reading material is “Reader’s Digest.”
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Uvi Poznansky Author Jun 16
Download ♡❤ Get APART FROM LOVE ❤♡ fiction  …
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