My apologies for the delay on this posting. I was caught up in adventures of my own and I wanted to be sure that each of you might have the opportunity to test your metal with this handy diagram before venturing forward on perilous endeavors. Best of luck, dear readers
half means you may be a genius :)
i would kill for half.
you have to purge those pages man, we all do. don’t stop because of it.
we try to make it look smooth and easy and only show you the good stuff but behind the scenes we all go through it. i just junked an entire issue of uncanny except for 2 pages. no one will ever see it.
An event has been announced!
My hands always shake when I enter my login information. The website isn’t difficult to use, just the opposite. That has always been the problem…
Want to read the end-result of a 10 minute word duel? The challenge was “Investing”. Here’s one result.
Amtrak has begun offering “writers’ residencies” to, well, writers – long roundtrip rides aboard Amtrak trains dedicated solely for the purpose of writing.
After New York City-based writer Jessica Gross took the first “test-run” residency, traveling from NYC to Chicago and back, Amtrak confirmed that it is indeed planning to turn the writers’ residencies into an established, long-term program, sending writers on trains throughout its network of routes.
First, let’s get it out of the way: The Wire is 100 percent on board with this idea. Pun intended, because we’re writers. We love writing, and we love trains, and we love them both together…
The More Known http://www.moreknown.com/dispelling-the-good-writer-myth/
Dispelling the “Good Writer” Myth
From the link:
Myth #3:You need to finish what you’re working on.
"Bogus. A great concept is enough. When you draft up a great outline, put it aside before you ruin it. There’s nothing worse than finishing a project and releasing it to the public. Why ruin an ideal concept? Earnest Hemingway, Jane Austin, Jack Kerouac, and Dan Brown all have the same thing in common: none of them ever finished a single book."