Tag : Writing With Passion

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writing don delillo
Some people have a place in the park, others simply have a a desk by a window, still others have a laptop and will go anywhere to write.  Others, have a set place, and a time where they go and write and they know this habit will help them with their writing dreams.  Many have …
non-writing writer
Many people outside of my network of writing friends, I am simply a person “who dabbles in writing.”   Kafka on non-writers They might ask when I will publish- although I’ve only been writing for a couple of years now, but when I say I don’t have a book published yet- they ask when I’ll …
When it seems you are stuck, there is something that can help you out- a writing prompt.  These can be as simple as “write about a tree” to as complex as sitting down near a bus stop and write everything you see and observe there.  Sometimes, you can almost see that there is an idea …
Writers see differently
Buffy Andrews on Writing I should really place drafts in as many places as I can. At least that is what everyone says I should do. I have a draft in one medium- that of the pen and paper.  The only other place I have my drafts of my books saved was directly on the …
Are you feeling like a blogger? Or, when blogging are you running through the motions? ┬áThe number of words in a blog post or the pictures or whatever makes a blog according to someone else? take a moment and type One of the many things I have learned about blogging in the past few months …
writing quote Scott Card
Frustration is at the heart of writing, but then so is equal parts of passion for what you are writing.  It’s not as easy as it first seems. With the research it takes into writing a non-fiction book, I’m curious as to how a fiction book could be as much work.  It seems on the …
Ever had a day when you just want to find out more about what makes you passionate?  Have you ever thought of a time when writing was a part of your life but not the whole thing? For some people who begin to write, they might be passionate about the subject, but they don’t see …
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