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by Brandon Nolta • 8 comments
My stream of consciousness has been set to random for now.
Here’s fair warning: I can’t think of a damn thing to write about this week, so, much in the same way that I did NaNo this year, I’m just going to type along until ideas start to connect and something...
by Justin C. Key • 3 comments
How is writing changing with the introduction of social media?
I was reading Ervin Anderson's post right before mine and he mentioned writing everyday. It made me think about my own writing habits. I, too, write everyday but in a different way than someone with m...
Can writing be an addiction, and if so, are we all just junkies looking for our next word high?
On Thanksgiving, like many other writers, I vowed to take the day off. I write every day, hours a day, until my fingers throb as if smashed by a hammer and my eyes lose focus; so surely I deserved a d...
by Brandon Nolta • 0 comments
Writing alone may be the romantic archetype, but it isn't necessarily the best way to go.
It’s Thursday night as I write this, and I’m still recovering from the annual monstrous feast known as Thanksgiving. It’s not the turkey coma I’m thinking about, though, nor is it the onslaught of the...
by Justin C. Key • 1 comment
As we near the end of NaNoWriMo, how do you near your end?
What constitutes a good ending. And, more importantly, how do you, as a writer, develop such an ending? Like anything in this world of creativity we dwell in, there’s no set formula. But I have a...
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