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Writing Quote Wednesday

Writing Quote Wednesday

“You don’t actually have to write anything until you’ve thought it out. This is an enormous relief, and you can sit there searching for the point at which the story becomes a toboggan and starts to slide.” —Marie de Nervaud   Today’s quote comes to us courtesy of Writer’s Digest. (Thank you for the inspiration.) New Ideas and Projects I think this quote stuck out to me today because I am in the home stretch of a large revision to…

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Coming out of the Closet … as a Writer

Coming out of the Closet … as a Writer

Until two years I ago I was a closet writer. Poems, short stories, articles. I started writing twelve different books … I wrote fan fiction (Yay Dragonriders of Pern!), I journaled. The only common theme in all these random pieces of text was the covert nature of their creation. I would spend furtive hours scribbling in my journal, giving voice to my feelings or events of the day. But, I never contemplated sharing my writing … it was only for…

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San Diego Writer’s Ink

San Diego Writer’s Ink

I am slowly adding to the Writing Page.  Links to sites and organizations I have found to be helpful will be provided.  Out of respect, I added San Diego Writer’s Ink first.  I can honestly say that this marvelous group of people have given me far more than I can ever repay.  Over a twelve month period I completed the Advanced Novel Writing Certificate. Walking into the room the first day, I was terrified.  Afraid that I wasn’t smart enough,…

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