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You Only Need To Type One Word Per Day!

One word a day! I could do that. That doesn’t even make sense does it? If I set a goal to write one word a day, imagine how long it would take to finish writing a book. 349 more words

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Every Writer's Dream?

Blink. Blink. Rub. Rub. Focus on. Focus off. The time was. 11:11pm and my eyes were not cooperating in the manner I wished them to. The characters on the second episode of Grey’s Anatomy were going left, going right. 615 more words

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The Unstoppable Outcome Of Reading And Music

“Through literacy you can begin to see the universe. Through music you can reach anybody.

Between the two there is you, unstoppable.” – Grace Slick… 775 more words

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Choose Me. Pick Me. Like Me.......

This is the first paragraph in the article on Facebook on the Wikipedia (The Free Encyclopedia) site:

Facebook is an online social networking service headquartered in… 815 more words

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Band - Where The Good Guys Are

I must have received four or five emails or calls this week from band parents about the BBQ dinner fundraiser. Not meaning to hurt any feelings, here is an abbreviated breakdown of the conversations.   680 more words

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Look Who Has A Box!

On every trip I made to the WHS band room with H this summer I acquired a teensy bit more information. It started with the catalogs for ordering color guard uniforms, flags, and shoes. 409 more words

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Mirror Interview # 5 Elle Knowles

Is writing your only job?

I don’t really consider writing a job. For me, writing is fun, an outlet, and downtime. Sadly, no, it is not all I do. 1,055 more words

Elle Knowles reblogged this on knowleselle and commented:

It's not easy to come up with your own questions, but I hope this interview on http://readfulthingsblog.com/2014/07/30/mirror-interview-5-elle-knowles/ with Ionia Martin gives you some insight into my life as a writer. Thanks again Ionia for this opportunity!