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HeyJamie Writes👩🏻‍💻 16h
WRITERS, This is why it's important to go your own way. To curate your own voice and then to trust it.
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Katie *Your Writer Big Sister* Masters May 18
Dear , This is a path many take but few complete. If you find yourself in the middle of this road scared to push send, scared to succeed, scared to fail--breath. Then keep going. I promise it's not easy. But it's worth it.
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Katie *Your Writer Big Sister* Masters May 12
AS YOUR WRITER BIG SISTER I FEEL YOU NEED TO REMIND YOU: you are NOT a computer You are NOT meant to produce 5 perfectly edited deeply emotional books a year YOU'RE MENTAL HEALTH IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN PEOPLE'S "I WANT IT INSTANTLY" ADDICTION
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Dean Gloster May 16
If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be.—Henry David Thoreau Dream intricately.
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Aanchal Bhadauria 20h
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Jon Winokur May 19
"Before writers are writers they are readers, living in , through books, in the lives of others that are also the heads of others…”
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Joanna Penn May 19
I used the sense of time as a writing exercise in one of my classes and one class participant based an entire short story around it.
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Dean Gloster May 14
Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced.—Leo Tolstoy Give us your passion, not just your craft.
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ElenaKristensen May 18
What is the best you would give a fellow writer? Mine is borrowed from Jodi Picoult: “You can always edit a bad page. You can't edit a blank page.”
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Dean Gloster May 13
Writing is a dangerous profession. There is no telling what hole you may rip in society’s carefully woven master narrative.—Danielle Orner Relish your role in this dangerous profession.
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Dean Gloster May 17
It is better to write a bad first draft than to write no first draft at all.—Will Shetterly Get started. You can make it better later.
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Bruce Ripley May 19
Book writing tip - edit multiple times, and when you get sick of reading your own book, edit more.
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Joanna Penn 12h
"The more I thought about it, the more I realized fear was a driving factor in a lot of my decisions."
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