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Tweet or not to tweet?

One of my goals this past year was to hop onto Twitter. I did  –  @leslie_zampetti – and now I’m enjoying the Twitterverse, especially concerning books, writing, and reading. 328 more words

Musings On Writing

Just junk it?

Tara Lazar always has some good tips, and last week was no different. In her post, she mentions reading a lovely, lyrical piece and then trying to write one in that style… only to find that it was terrible. 303 more words

Musings On Writing

Stage Kiss

“A writer has to have an imagination–that’s what makes a writer. He has to be able to put himself imaginatively in the position of whatever character he selects.” -W.R. 735 more words

Writers

Musings on young adult literature

What’s the role of young adult literature in today’s increasingly uncertain world, with its epidemics of terrorism and other less violent but equally devastating conditions such as disease and poverty? 680 more words

Young Adult Literature

Fear and the Dinosaur at your Cave Hole

The amygdala is the portion of the brain in charge of fear. Its purpose is a left over from our caveman days when fear signaled to our bodies that danger was imminent. 840 more words

Writing

Am I A Writer?

“If you find yourself asking yourself (and your friends) ‘Am I really a writer? Am I really an artist?’ chances are you are. The counterfeit innovator is wildly self-confident. 681 more words

Writers

Going Deep

What memories are you carrying inside your mind that can’t be captured by a photograph?

The way you felt when you kissed someone for the first time. 504 more words

Musings On Writing