Writing To Forget — The Lonely Author

Writing To Forget The beautiful woman sat at the empty bar lost in deep thought. Why was she there trying to remember or drinking to forget I recognize her sadness It plagues my dark eyes causing deepest thoughts as I quietly pen my words. Am I trying to remember or am I writing to forget […] … Continue reading Writing To Forget — The Lonely Author

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writing, writing, writing — the Confessions of a Wanderer

So all that writers block that I’ve been complaining of has suddenly vanished. I mean I don’t have as much to write about (blogging wise) but I’ve started writing and writing personally. And loving it. Part of it has to do with the fact that I’ve just gotten a new, wonderful laptop. And sometimes the […] … Continue reading writing, writing, writing — the Confessions of a Wanderer

How to Write about Something other than Yourself — justinnonng

Long story short: you can’t. All writing will always be about yourself. This is inevitable because you can’t put enough distance between you and what you’re writing about. There will always be a thorough influence of the hand that types away and that influence will be irresistibly you. The self is like a window, the … Continue reading How to Write about Something other than Yourself — justinnonng

6 Answers Writers Have for the Grammar Police — The Write Stuff

I thought you all would find this post interesting, and Marcia said today would be a good day to reblog it here. Enjoy, and I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts. One of the frustrations of being a fiction writer is the occasional need to defend ourselves when accosted by the Grammar Police. Now, that’s […] … Continue reading 6 Answers Writers Have for the Grammar Police — The Write Stuff

The Frosty Dew ~ #poetry of #winter — Dorinda Duclos – Night Owl Poetry

What lies beyond the forest mist Comes closer, if you whisper Your breath, exhale, the frosty dew As the air becomes much crisper The path behind you disappears No footsteps can you follow Walking through the fog, just you Staggering, as you wallow In the stillness that surrounds Stop now, inhale, and feel it Winter’s […] … Continue reading The Frosty Dew ~ #poetry of #winter — Dorinda Duclos – Night Owl Poetry

When A Short Story Demands To Be Turned Into Something Bigger #writers #writing — BlondeWriteMore

You write a short story, edit it, revise it and share it. After doing all this you put it aside, as in your head it is time to move onto something else. Your short story, however, has other ideas! There are 5 stages to your short story demanding to be turned into something bigger: Bliss. […] … Continue reading When A Short Story Demands To Be Turned Into Something Bigger #writers #writing — BlondeWriteMore