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Posts tagged “scribbler's paradise”

On Writing Distractions: FakeFriends
On Being a Bad Writer
Location Less Writing
Winging It Works?!?
Do the Work Before the Work Does You In
How to Write 1.2 Million Words a Year
Caveat Scriptor: Let the Writer Beware
Scribbler’s Paradise
Writing In and Out Images
Scribbler’s Paradise: 100% Effort
When a Beta Reader Says No
Do I Write What I Want to Read?
Five Reasons Why You Should Write to Your Loved Ones
Creativity is a Marathon
On Change and Self-Management
Wanted: Intuition
This One Trick is at the Heart of Writing
Verb Tense and Writing Fiction
One Cool Trick to Shift Points of View
These 3 Words Will Improve Your Writing Guaranteed
Writing Exercise, or Journalism
On Proper Word Choice
We, The Narrators - Buddha in the Attic
What is Writing Practice?
You, The Narrator and Participant - Sebastopol Sketches
The Art of Revision
Writing Exercise, or The Unreliable Third
You and She, The Narrators - A Hybrid Form
The Big O: Mohsin Hamid
Do This Exercise, or The Imperative
You, The Narrator - Self-Help
You, The Narrator - Bright Lights, Big City
Point of View in Writing
Ursula Le Guin’s Advice: There Are No Recipes
Reading Exercise: The How of Language
How to Read Like a Writer
Writing Exercise: The Reluctant I
The Big O is What It’s All About
Are You Creating Easy or Creating Well?
How I Got More Out of My Writing Process
Why You Should Copy Other Writers
I Got Hacked, Part 2
I Got Hacked
Toni Morrison & Angela Davis - The Purpose of Freedom
Twenty-Five Cent Words
Toni Morrison & Alice Walker - There are Only Black People
The Duty of an Artist
Diary of a Wave Outside the Sea - Dunya Mikhail
3 A.M. Epiphany - A Great Writing Tool
Duotrope for Better Writing Management
Going Pro (Or I’m a Real Writer)
Terror Points the Way to Writing Fiction
Gratitude: Not Being Able to Write
It All Started With A Google Search
Mastery Takes a Very Long Time
A Me Beyond Me
Pursuing Goals I’ve Created
Intentional Practice: Creating a Framework for Good Habits
Rules for Creatives
Kids Mocking Adults
They Always Want the Writer to Work for Nothing (NSFW)
Limits Limit Me
The Adverb is Not Your Friend
Novel Writing - The Understory
Intentional Practice: Focus on the Growing Heap
Tactics versus Strategy