Tag Archives: creative writing

Lots-O-Words

Chapter Four of TE-55 is almost completed. Just a few details to flesh out. Also managed to get six later scenes drafted; plopped them into my Sundry Scenes folder in Scrivener. I am so loving this application. That work amounts … Continue reading

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Finally: My Author’s FB Page!

After much study and chewing over how to pursue a social media presence to promote our ebooks and upcoming works, I finally decided that a Facebook page separate from my personal space is the best way to go. Click on … Continue reading

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Podcasts on Writing

In between writing sessions there’s a lot of life to which we writers must tend. There’s commuting to work, trips for groceries, dental appointments, hair cuts…all sorts of everyday stuff we do, well, every day. Pile onto that the occasional … Continue reading

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Lots Happening

Feedback is a good thing, and read/writer comments have alerted me to the handful of typos and other glitches missed during the editing process of the first three e-books helped to clean things up.  The initial three have now been … Continue reading

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Rules: Broken but Never Ignored

The following story regarding a live creative writing group I ran years back is not a transcript, although I have related it so many times that what appears in quotations is probably darn near to the actual words spoken. In … Continue reading

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Gone in a Blink, Literally

Years ago I heard a story of an author who had just completed her novel and, just days before her manuscript was due at her publisher, suffered a catastrophic computer crash and lost the entire book. She had not yet … Continue reading

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Volumes 1, 2 & 3 Now Available!

All three volumes of  our 1,000 Days In Writerspark series are now available for purchase for nook™, Kindle™ and in PDF format. Click the eStore button above or click eStore to select your format and browse our selection. Each eBook … Continue reading

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First 1,000 Days Now Available in PDF!

THIS JUST IN: All three Writerspark creative writing exercise eBooks are now available for Kindle, nook and as PDFs at our eStore: http://writerspark.org/blog/ebooks/ Original Post: I have heard from a number of writers who do not currently own Kindle™ or … Continue reading

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“Your First 1,000 Days in Writerspark: One Thousand Tight Writing Exercises, Vol. 1″

I’d like to announce the eBook debut of our first in a series of eBooks that will share the more than 3,400 exercises that I created for my Writerspark online creative writing group. Volume one, which contains our first 1,000 … Continue reading

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Simile: Like Writing With A Camera

In the short story “Donkey Greedy, Donkey Gets Punched,” author Steve Almond, Best American Short Stories of 2010, the character Oss has a gambling problem. One night, upon his arrival home, his wife confronts him after discovering his addiction. When … Continue reading

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