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Slightly Exhausted At The End

“A good book should leave you… slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading it.” William Styron Have you ever thought how books, whether good or bad, whether we like them or not, change our lives? We all … Continue reading

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It Shines From The Page

“Almost anyone can be an author; the business is to collect money and fame from this state of being.“ A.A. Milne Nowadays life has become much more difficult and uncertain in many ways. It is difficult to make a living. … Continue reading

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Who Can Forget A Gag

For the past few months I have been posting articles about writing, something I love to do most and talk about most, but as Hillaire Belloc writes: “Of all fatiguing, futile, empty trades, the worst, I suppose, is writing about … Continue reading

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Tolstoy Calls It Infection

“Great art is when a great man who has the highest life-conception of his time tells what he feels. Then the infection is universal. Everybody understands it and at once.” Leo Tolstoy Did you ever think of writing about an … Continue reading

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Jump Run Freeze

While going through my old notebooks last night, I came across the following. List Of Writing Tips — 5/5/03 1) Write every day. 2) Observe and listen. 3) Employ all senses. 4) Use strong verbs. 5) Detail! 6) A specific … Continue reading

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