Your writing is part of an unhealthy relationship…at least when it isn’t working.

I know in last week’s post that I’d promise a craft lesson, but I think there’s something more important that I’d like to talk about today. It’s about knowing when something isn’t working. It’s about knowing when some piece of your work isn’t playing nice with the rest of your manuscript despite all the cajoling, […]

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Why having support is paramount for writing.

Sure, the image of the lonely and deep writer who hides away in her small apartment to write carefully constructed masterpieces is a fantastic image. One, I’m not shamed to admit, I have tried to emulate to little success. I’m coming to realize that that image is hard to deal with considering how much I […]

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Editing my high school writing

It’s not that I didn’t know that before, but I’m working on a piece that I started in high school, and, well, I sucked at writing in high school. Looking back, it’s adorable that I thought I was creating amazing prose. Not that my prose are super amazing now, but I can say that they […]

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