Monthly Archives: August 2012

one way to break through a writer’s block

A block can come from many sources, fear, sickness, breaking of a schedule, outside obligations, even lack of motivation. Trying to correct the source of the block is even possible as many times the source is unavoidable Since each scene … Continue reading

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If you think its about a criuse ship hitting an iceberg, you are so wrong

That’s not the story. And it’s not about the evil empire taking over the universe and it’s not about a shark terrorizing a summer resort and it’s not about hunting children as a game in the future. So many people … Continue reading

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sometimes we write to heal

I am working with over fifteen writers from all levels of expertise. I have come to a new realization. Some of us write for fame, some for the art. Some of us write to exorcise our demons within, others write … Continue reading

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A simple way to save thousands of dollars

I’ve gone on and on about my several critique groups. However, I want to bring up the fact that having a dedicated team behind you (or in front of you) reading your stuff, pointing out your typos, grammatical mismatches, implausible … Continue reading

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