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Where to start novel

Originally Posted by EternalGreen That’s…almost literally tautological and not helpful at all. How is it tautological? It’s not tautological: The story starts when the story starts, that much is up to the writer. My point ...

Fridays With Dale: Emotional Purchase

Emotional Purchase By Dale Angel She was so pretty. I was so in love. She helped me understand the value of visiting the jewelry store with my pitiful paycheck.  Her choice was pricey, but I have two years to pay for it. I didn’t know ab...

College Me Vs. High School Me: “Wait, Nobody Cares I’m Skipping Class Anymore?”

High school becomes a distant memory once you graduate. And all of a sudden, things like seeing family, skipping class, and even buying groceries take on a very different shape when you get to post-secondary. As you walk across that stage a...

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Magic Realism: Examples and Discussion

Some great suggestions are coming in and I can’t wait to explore them more. First, I’ll answer R.H. Peat as best I can in limited time. R.H. Peat wants to know more when he says: “I don’t have a clue what you’r...

Fridays With Dale: Desperation and Chance Met

Desperation and Chance Met by Dale Angel A chronically uninvited acquaintance visits my house often. When I see him coming and wanting to move in again, I get panicky.  You’d think with this familiarity, I wouldn’t get so hysterical. H...

5 Productivity Hacks for Students That Actually Work (We Tested Them)

Back in 2016, SLN reached out to our friend Bailey Parnell, Founder & CEO of SkillsCamp and expert in all things learning, to help share the top productivity hacks for students. Given how tough it is lately to stay on top of everything,...

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Second Shot at NaNoWriMo

I decided at the last minute to participate in this year’s NaNoWriMo. Over the Halloween weekend, I wrote out a few pieces that I will schedule to post over the next few weeks. Fridays with Dale have already been scheduled through Tha...

Fridays With Dale: Recycling

Recycling By Dale Angel There’s a consistent recycling program going on in my back yard. It runs on its own power. It makes me feel good when I volunteer piles of beautiful dead leaves, weeds that have served us all by holding the earth t...

Member Monday: This Writing Life

This Writing Life By Linda Boyden In the 1990s after I had retired from teaching and was unpublished, my writing rules were simple: write everyday. Write about what you know and especially read in the genre in which you hope to be published...

Fridays With Dale: Can a Computer Be Trusted?

    Can a Computer Be Trusted? By Dale Angel I’m so confused. You’d think if I can drive a car and do life this many years, I could have some success with a machine called a computer. It’s a plastic box. It doesn’...

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