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Rebecca Irene 4m
Revisions need TT reminders: “my poem grows while I myself shrink... It pushes me out of its way. It throws me out of the nest”
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Quatrain Creative 1m
Ok, I'll play. 5 jobs I've had: 1. Co-owner of a creative agency 2. Senior writer and editor 3. Carpenter's apprentice 4. First mate on a 52' sailboat in Puerto Rico 5. Costumed vendor at colonial Mystic Seaport
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Necrodad Xalthir 12m
*Opens Google Docs* *Cracks knuckles* *Closes Google Docs*
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Jon Winokur 4h
The process of making is the process of becoming a person with agency, with independent thought, a producer of meaning rather than a consumer of meanings that may be at odds with your soul, your destiny, your humanity. REBECCA SOLNIT
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Sydney .L 4h
I posted a new chapter and broke my wattpad, oh no! Anyway, link to come later, but The Wolf Child is almost done. It's almost done!
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SN Désirée Cha 2h
Sometimes writing feels like blood-letting. The curative, actually helpful, positive kind.
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🔸⚜️ ᏝᏗᎩᏝᏗ . ᏂᏗᏝᏋ ⚜️🔸 9h
How many of you are bakers and cooks as well? What's the greatest, yummiest thing you enjoy making? For me it's these brownies! Treat for my mama when she returns from Sorrento. Drop a pic! 😍😘👌
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Julie Carrick Dalton Apr 23
Today I’m writing thank you notes on the stationery I made by tossing my novel manuscript into the blender with water, flowers, and herbs, then pressing the slop between screens. Even my messiest drafts come out beautiful.
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Lauren Miller Apr 18
Writers, how do you like to stay organized? Digital? Paper? A "mind palace" like Sherlock? I have a pocket notebook I carry with me everywhere, and an EC lifeplanner, for keeping my agenda/sanity. Everyone's a bit different though. Would love to hear your approach.
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Dawn Currie Apr 23
Scene two done! Bean counting (100k word target div. by 3,500 word chapters) puts me at 2/3 way through the first chapter. Don't laugh at the bean counting - it's my lifeline for seeing progress. ;)
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Kathryn Aalto Apr 19
Happy news: my next book will be one of two lead titles in Spring 2020. (The pub date of April 29th happens to be the author's birthday.) It's been titled, but that's all under wraps for now. I can say it involves women, history, nature and ...🤫
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Dawn Glass 4h
Any other writers find that some their best writing comes from the darkest and hardest seasons?
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EA Brandon Storymage 9h
Ended my writing last night because I didn’t know how my characters would open the doors that separate them to meet up. Still struggling with it this morning. The devil is always in the details!
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Tracy Darnton 9h
Maybe it’s because I’m currently reading The Secret Barrister but I actually enjoyed going through publishing contract clauses today!
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A.N. Mouse 5h
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Rose Sgueglia 4h
Hello Today I am editing! *Strawberries are only for show. An untouched Easter egg was sneakily kept out of sight for the sake of this shot.
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Callista Buchen 6h
My student made me this incredible gift of an embroidered line from one of my poems from Look Look Look (“Regeneration,” the poem that told me there was going to be more to say, pub in ). How lucky are we in this and ?!
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Jon Winokur Apr 20
At some point you’re going to say, “It’s going to be bad.” You’ve got to stand being bad if you want to be a writer, because if you don’t, you’ll never do anything good. DAVID MAMET
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Travis Hasenour 18h
Currently querying my musical novel while listening to a cappella music. My cat is singing harmonies. I'm the weird guy in the back singing random dub-step effects. 🙌
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Amy Kierce Apr 23
Anybody know if there's a thing called Writer's Rotator Cuff or something to that nature? Anybody get this? I'll try a new pillow?
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