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I’m Trying, I’m Trying, I’m Trying!

To write… But I just can’t seem to get my head in gear. Guess it would help if I’d open up the laptop. 🙂  I have a manilla folder that holds my current projects, and let me tell you it is getting quite full. 😦  There are 10 plus short stories that I have started, …

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“The Writing Exercise Challenge”

There are many different challenges and blogger awards that get passed from blog to blog. I decided to come up with a writing exercise challenge that you can do to help build up your weaknesses. Mine, personally, is writing descriptions whereas others struggle writing dialogue. See last week’s post here; https://karensdifferentcorners.wordpress.com/2012/10/16/a-challenge-interested/#comments So here are the …

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A Challenge! Interested?

There is a fine line as to how much of your story is dialogue, and how much is description, and every story’s fine line is different. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out just where that fine line falls. But some of us have problems writing dialogue and some of us have problems with writing descriptions. …

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STOP! Let Me Off This Merry-Go-Round!

Could you imagine riding in this on the carousel? I’ll let you come up with your own comments! You write and write that first draft. You put your heart and soul into it. You give your characters personalities and unique traits. They have voices and they talk to you and each other. There’s descriptions, dialogues, …

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Write, Edit, Revise

We have all faced problems of writing. We procrastinate, have writer’s block, and at times just not enough time in the day to write. We also have come up with various ways to get us through these little mishaps. We set timers and tell ourselves that we have to sit here and write for an …

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