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publishing literal schizophrenia

I want to publish something.. the thing is bit is a bit wierd. you see I want to include a certain log I have been keeping over time as part of an omnibus. I am just going to right out and say it. It’s a literal over time uncensored l...

Member Monday: Excerpt From “The Once and Future Queen”, by Jennifer Levens

We have another Member Monday submission for you. This is an excerpt from Jennifer Levens‘ novel-in-progress, The Once and Future Queen. Jennifer currently has three books available at Amazon.com: The Virgin’s Daughter, Words: A...

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Best ways to brush up

Originally Posted by Mickeyq ‘Elements of Style’ by Strunk & White and frankly had no idea what they were talking about. I had to look up what a past participle or independent clause because I either forgot over the many yea...

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You are worth it.

4 months ago I made some changes in my life that have allowed me to return to my passions after 3 very long years in the corporate world. My focus is on short stories. My previous 9 to 5 included writing but a very abbreviated, mono-informa...

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A conundrum

My late wife was a native of Chile. In early 2010 she was in Chile with her adult daughter and three of her grandchildren, on a bit of a road trip, when the 8.8-scale earthquake struck on 27 February (my birthday!). That was a Saturday, and...

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I need this guy to get away with kidnapping

So my MC kidnapped someone, and I need him to get away with it (at least until the end of the story). The problem is, he followed his victim around the parking lot not long before he kidnapped him, so the victim’s friends were able to...

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Portraying ignorance intelligently. (post-apoc, big-game hunting, moose)

Excerpt from a thing I’m working on. It’s a post-apocalyptic setting, with a skilled and resourceful yet somewhat unexperienced protagonist feeding himself somewhere in the North American boreal forest. The long-barreled flintlo...

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Why is writing so biased towards fiction?

There really are different skill sets at play when you look at journalism compared to creative writing. I’m speaking from my own experience, but journalism is all about getting the story. They used to say the biggest tool for a journa...

Meet the First 9 Changemakers Speaking at TEDxToronto

Find out which exciting and inspiring Canadians from across a variety of industries could be engaging with you as a part of the upcoming TEDxToronto. Though TEDxToronto has been running for 12 years, 2020 will see an exciting new format for...

Fridays With Dale: Ants…Ants…Ants

Ants…Ants…Ants By Dale Angel It’s true—ants follow an established trail. Uninvited ants come every year and stay until the rains. This is on-going, so…I don’t even get ruffled or distressed anymore. Each family has their own sch...

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