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Sometimes Words Are So Beautiful You Have To Wonder How A Mere Mortal Could Come Up With Them

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, Just Keep Writing…

NOTHING ELSE NEEDS TO BE SAID…

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MORE WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, A QUOTE FROM RAY BRADBURY…

ADVICE FROM THE GREAT, LATE RAY BRADBURY….. NO ONE HAS EVER SAID IT BETTER… HAPPY WRITING!

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM

YOU CAN FIND THE MOST INTERESTING THINGS ON PINTEREST. I was surprised to see how many pins on writing were on the  boards. Here are a few of my favorites. HAVE A GREAT DAY!

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CHANCES ARE, YOU’RE A WRITER…

While searching for something to use in my Wednesday’s Wisdom post, I ran across Just Writer Problems, a diverting site dedicated to pointing out some of the wackier issues we writers have to deal with. They were too much fun to keep to … Continue reading

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM A Quote by Agatha Christie

I read my first Agatha Christie when I was twelve and went on to read every one of them. It’s time to do it all over again.

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM A Quote by C.J. CHERRYH

It is perfectly okay to write garbage—as long as you edit brilliantly. – C. J. Cherryh

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, A Quote By Raymond E. Feist

When you’re writing, the most important thing, your north star, is the ending. Every word you write should be weighed against that, and if it isn’t contributing to your ending, it’s a sideline and should be omitted. Readers know instinctively when … Continue reading

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BOOKS, CANDY, AND THE CONUMDRUM OF SALESMANSHIP

  The most frightening experience of my childhood had nothing to do with monsters in the closet, bad dreams, vampires, werewolves, or the latest episode of The Twilight Zone. Those were the things normal children were afraid of. Every spring, … Continue reading

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM a Quote by Michael Crichton

Books aren’t written, they’re rewritten. Including your own. It is one of the hardest things to accept, especially after the seventh rewrite hasn’t quite done it. Michael Crichton

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