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Marcia Abboud Jun 12
Hey If you're wondering how your chapter length and word count compares to other classic books, this is interesting... Clearly there are no rules. What's your take on it?
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Jon Winokur Jun 9
Whatever makes you weird is probably your greatest asset. JOSS WHEDON
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Jon Winokur Jun 13
Every time I sit down to write, I try to feel that I'm starting over. It’s all new. It’s all fresh, and I’m learning as we go. RITA DOVE
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Alma Katsu 1h
Sent revisions to book #2 to my editor... holy cow, that's a lot of work this past week.
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Randy Ellefson 44m
Understanding federations will help you create more believable governments in your world building fantasy scifi authors
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Phil Giunta 2h
At 2,170 words, the short story is finished. I must finish edits by Tuesday to allow my critique partners ample time to turn it around so I can make further revisions and submit before the deadline next week.
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Book Development Resources 6h
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Alexandra ISOBEL 28m
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Jon Winokur 5h
When a writer is born into a family, the family is finished. CZESLAW MILOSZ
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CS Lewis Forever Jun 10
Even in light of death, suffering, sadness, fear & desperation, we still hold on to our sin, because that is who we are. unfortunately, that is life to us.
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Endochan77 4h
For the writers, at what point do you stop being anxious and just start writing your book?
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Publishing Services 8h
Does something in this New York Times archive of images inspire you to write?
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Writing on the Wall 3h
Something to ponder before another Monday morning rolls around. Just add coffee 😄
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Devon Ellington 11h
Good 2nd writing session. Breaking for lunch, then back to the page.
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Jakob Drud Jun 15
My first thought when I woke up was: There's a major flaw in the chapter I rewrote yesterday! Checked it just now, and it turned out I actually fixed that problem yesterday. Guess that's on a Saturday morning.
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John Roedel Jun 15
There are some days when I want to just give up on writing forever and then there are the other days when I want to just fucking give up on writing forever. It’s all such a rollercoaster.
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Julie Barichello 1h
This is what happens when I (or should I say "we") sit down at the keyboard.
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Devon Ellington 13h
I had a good first session, took a break, now back to the page.
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Devon Ellington 8h
Another really good writing day.
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SamanthaSL Jun 8
Nothing beats the feeling of starting a new story. The blank page holds endless possibilities and every sentence brings a whole new world to life.
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