Tag Archives: Writers Resources

Blogger Suicide

As I’ve noticed several recent views of my first post: this has piqued my interest as to how I intended my blog to develop and its six month journey since. I’ve gotten braver since the beginning: I had no intention of letting … Continue reading

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Revisiting: Writing 101

This writer’s workshop, I’m attending, has me thinking beyond writing to editing being more than a spell check. I am very lazy with commas. Years ago, one of my teacher’s criticized my use of the comma, saying I use too … Continue reading

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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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Too Much Edit?

I was rewriting a personal essay for my Master’s Writing Workshop. It is a story of financial survival that had a soft metaphor of personal health: physical and mental well-being embedded. I then extenuate this metaphor to be one of life … 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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Money Can’t Buy Happiness

It was not being unemployment that was depressed me. It was waking up feeling my life had lost its purpose. I quickly decided that I needed to return to college, to finish up my Bachelor Degree, initially thinking: This will … Continue reading

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