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Famous Novelists on Symbolism

Originally posted on Bibliophilia Reviews:
Guys, this is a must read! This piece is so good. In 1963 a 16 year old wrote famous authors such as Kerouac, Ayn Rand, Ray Bradbury and more on symbolism in their work. Like…

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Why Writers Should Carefully Consider What They Publish

Being a writer comes with great responsibility Ok, sorry to start this post off with an echo of the clichéd Spiderman quote, but it’s true. As writers, we have the power to influence readers. We can change the way readers perceive the world … Continue reading

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Can We Please Stop Bashing Genre Fiction?

“Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality. It’s a way of understanding it.” – Lloyd Alexander I met a writer the other day and we got to talking about our works in progress. When I told him I was currently writing a … Continue reading

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Work in Progress Blog Challenge

I have been tagged by fellow writer and blogger Emma Lindhagen to do a Work in Progress Blog Challenge. The challenge is simple: post the first line from the first three chapters in your current work in progress and then tag four … Continue reading

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Procrastination Done Right: How to be Productive While Procrastinating

Sometimes our muse decides to be evil and runs out on us for a few hours. Or days. Or…weeks. :S And we find ourselves staring at our screens, chin in hand, drooling onto the keyboard listlessly.— Okay, maybe I’m the … Continue reading

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