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Jon Winokur Dec 5
The scariest moment is always just before you start. After that, things can only get better. STEPHEN KING
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Jon Winokur Dec 6
Be ambitious for the work and not for the reward. JEANETTE WINTERSON
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Jon Winokur Dec 6
You write by sitting down and . There’s no particular time or place—you suit yourself, your nature. How one works, assuming he’s disciplined, doesn’t matter. BERNARD MALAMUD
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Jon Winokur Nov 30
The process of can be magical — there are times when you step out of an upper-floor window and you just walk across thin air, and it’s absolute and utter happiness. Mostly, it’s a process of putting one word after another. NEIL GAIMAN
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#FaithPitch 15h
WE LOVE DECEMBER, family! Tell us below, what's your absolute favorite part of the Christmas season.
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WriteLife Publishing Dec 5
Today, author ​ takes over the blog with a great piece on new experiences.
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Lori Siesto, Author Dec 5
Replying to @RowellPublish
I FB for the and tweet about learning, behavior, and my . Nice to meet ya!
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Jon Winokur Dec 3
You can write any time people will leave you alone and not interrupt you. Or rather you can if you will be ruthless enough about it. ERNEST HEMINGWAY
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Jon Winokur 3h
One of the things a is for is to say the unsayable, speak the unspeakable and ask difficult questions. SALMAN RUSHDIE
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Melinda T Falgoust Dec 5
Making a connection with even just one child...BEST...PRESENT...EVER!!!
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Jon Winokur Nov 30
The ability to forgive oneself…is the key to making , and very possibly the key to finding any semblance of happiness in life. ANN PATCHETT
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Andrea Bauer Nov 28
Enjoyed a couple hours “in the flow” tonight. Submitted to one of my favourite pubs.
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Md Rasheduzzaman Nov 30
AdviceToWriters : "A writer is an eternal outsider, his nose pressed against whatever window on the other side of which he sees his material…” (via Twitter )
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10 Minute Novelists Dec 4
Every Wednesday, everywhere celebrate Day! What's your good news, big or small? What can we celebrate with you?
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Sara Beeksma 💫 [100,262/100K] Dec 4
*Researching medical complications* Anyone else: This is so horrible... Writers: YES. Exactly what I need 😈
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#FaithPitch Dec 3
You never know where a connection during might lead. One growing area of the industry is audio. Here's a good PW article to learn more:
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Ben Tanzer Dec 1
Revisiting the short story collection to be re-released, I'm reminded how much I wrote about growing-up suffused in toxic masculinity. Not that I knew there was language for it, only that I was immersing myself in that which felt confusing and fucked-up then.
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Dion Lorah Dec 6
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Jon Winokur Dec 6
Have regrets. They are fuel. On the page they flare into desire. GEOFF DYER
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Jon Winokur Dec 6
All the time I'm not I feel like a criminal. It's horrible to feel felonious every second of the day. It's much more relaxing to actually write. FRAN LEBOWITZ
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