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Many of you seem to be having a lot of fun rising to the 79 Word Challenge set byAuthor Andrew Joyce :D
For anyone who doesn’t know what this is all about, clickHEREto check out HIS story and challenge, thenHERE to see the first seven great entries, followed by HERE to see the second post with ten stories 😀
NOW READ TWELVE NEW ENTRIES BELOW:
(To visit the writers blogs, click on their names or photos)
Them by Zoe the Fabulous Feline
I have only myself to blame.
This is a story of regret; that is not quite strong enough, but it will do.
It was a crisp autumn night. I was bored and said to myself, Self – you need an adventure.
Strolling about, blending in with the blackest of nights, I had not a care in the world. Until I…
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Wow…amazing post from Chris The Story Reading Ape! Happy Thursday!
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An excellent five part series from Susan Toy featured on Chris The Story Reading Ape’s blog.
This series will be reblogged here for the next five days. Thanks for visiting!
The following is an extract from a talk delivered at the Calgary Public Library in Feb. 2011.
Before I begin, please watch this video:
I’ve named these two characters Wannabe Author (WA) and Real Author(RA).
How many of you have ever said any of the things Wannabe Author says in this video? Come on, be honest. Okay, then, how many of you have heard other writers say any of these things? And, like Real Author, haven’t you just wanted to put them and everyone else out of their misery by ignoring whatever they say? Obviously, Wannabe Author is the least promotable kind of author. First of all, Wannabe is never likely to be published, so will be of little worry to the publishing industry anyway. WA is not listening to an experienced author, knows nothing about the publishing business, and thinks the path to…
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