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Holding Back

One of the lessons in my personal essay course was not to write about people you don’t want to write about, because the reader can tell your holding back. I have people I don’t write about and at first, when … Continue reading

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Writer’s Wanted!

I don’t mean to sound like a snob, but this class isn’t what I thought it would be. I’m highly disappointed. I registered in hope of bringing my writing to the next level, finding out about publishing while collaborating with … Continue reading

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Publishing: A New Adventure

Tomorrow is the start of my publishing workshop. Although I was an English major, in my undergraduate program we didn’t touch on the aspect of publishing. I received an email this morning asking the participants to bring with them 2 … Continue reading

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The Tool Box

I’ve made a mid-January resolution to read great works with a writer’s eye.  Having not wanted to procrastinate, with snow and sleet impeding my ability to get out this morning to the book store and the library closed as are … Continue reading

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The End

Regardless of how we want stories to end, believable is most satisfying: when it ends the way we don’t want it to, but the way it has to, when the reader has to struggle with acceptance that the fairytale ending … Continue reading

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