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Writing in abreviated format: now why would anyone want to do that?

Hello Writing Community and Writers

As we gear up for this Saturday’s class, I imagine you might be wondering why I asked you to read a chapter on Quantum Writing from the book Quantum Learning. 170 more words

Blogging

On Pretentiousness

What is it with the charge that this or that work of art is pretentious? There’s something in the Anglo-Saxon psyche, its atavistic beer-hall mentality that makes it decry anything perceived to be highbrow. 701 more words

The Writing Process

Twice Upon A Time Blog Tour: An Interview with Elizabeth J. Norton

CONTRARY to the title of this anthology, working with such a talented cast of writers is an opportunity that usually comes once in a lifetime. From best-selling to greenhorn, independent or traditionally-published, the authors in this anthology span all ranges in addition to spanning the globe—from England to Australia and all over the United States. 665 more words

Writers And Writing

Using Pinterest as a Writer

As a kid, the walls of my bedroom were covered in posters. I had favourite bands and artists, and also the actors from TV shows I followed, they were spread across every square inch of space. 1,190 more words

Writing

When I decided to be god

When I decided to be god
in a dream I share with air
I felt a slight tingling in my chest
mistaken as rabid heartbeats… 192 more words

Poetry

Let's Talk Thursday: When a Band-Aid Gets Used to Cover a Gash

Hello Awesome Visitors, Let’s Talk! I’m going to get a lot more personal in this entry. Excessive pronoun usage is on purpose. This blog post is one of necessity because I believe it will help me to advance past a writing struggle and lead me closer to the finish line with… 1,079 more words

Lets Talk Thursday

Interview With Katie Burgess McClaren, Hero of “Ghosts and Physics” by April Arnold

What is your story?

Oh geez, my story…teachers back in high school always gave us writing assignments like this, and I didn’t know what to say even then. 1,197 more words

Writing