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Chapter 7 of My First Novel (First Draft)

So I haven’t written a single word of my own personal work in about three weeks now. It is a mixture of professional writing committments with a lack of inspiration that is keeping me from my work. 2,453 more words

Writing

Advice From a Nice Lady

Please note that Stanton Sunshine‘s editor titled this blog post.

As A Writer, Don’t Quit Your Day Job

 by Krystol Diggs

Hello everyone! I am glad that you enjoyed my last post! 493 more words

Writing

Tropes Vs. An Idiot

(No, this isn’t a dig at poor old Anita—that’s been done to death already and the idiot in this case is me. Although granted, I also think Ms. 650 more words

Writing

The Summer of "1984"

It was a surprisingly bright, English day; and swarming with crowds through London’s theatre district. My companion, whom I had come all the way across the pond to see, was providing the commentary, as my voice was out of commission. 1,017 more words

Books

Red Review

Red by Irwin Allan Sealy (Novel Summary) ★★☆☆☆/★★★☆☆

This novel by Sealy is not something I would usually pick up, but admittedly it was the cover that drew me in. 297 more words

Literature

"Emma" by Jane Austen

While on my summer vacation this year, I decided to take some time and read Emma, a fascinating novel by Jane Austen and I must say, it is a great piece of work. 114 more words

Lifestyle

Red Summary

A plot which is definitely filled with love, theft and art, Red sees the alphabetic organisation of many stories which thread together. From St Petersburg to West India the plot sees the love of an artist and a musician, a robber and a painting, and an author and his daughter. 14 more words

Literature