Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich features The Writer and the Psychopath
by Beth Adele Long ©2001, Beth Adele Long You're in school---maybe junior high, maybe high school.
Paulo Coelho (Photo: Philip Volsem )
Fiction writers hear voices in their heads. No, they are not schizophrenic – they are listening to the voices of their characters. But sometimes, something goes wrong when the writer attempts to put those conversations on paper.
During the Fall, a couple teachers asked me to tackle a list of creative writing assignments. It's taken me a while, but here they are. While they are all phrased for creative writing assignments here, many of them could be revised to work for other kinds of essays.
by Brittiany Cahoon Writing projects can be like children.
Greetings Tumblrers! Today’s post comes to you in two rather large parts, so lets get right to it. Part 1: The Logo Design Contest goes global.
Since discovering the booktuber community, I have sort of become obsessed with watching book hauls, reviews and various book-related discussion videos. I discovered them around the same time as I received my Kindle and they have just been a massive inspiration to start reading again after a bit of a book-related drought last year. As a further motivator to start reading, I have decided to add booktuber to my YouTube resume and dive into the style that I've been admiring from afar. But I need your guys' help with how you think I should do this.
Episode 121: July 29, 2008 by Mignon Fogarty This is an expanded show based on the original episode covering when to use affect with an a and when to use effect with an e .
<img src="http://cdn.billmoyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/poets-in-performance2-300x168.jpg" alt="" title="poets in performance2" width="300" height="168" class="alignright size-medium wp-image-19999" /> Over the years, Bill Moyers has welcomed some of America’s best poets to share their works and inspiration. Many of those writers have performed at the Geraldine R.
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101 Creative Writing Exercises (Adventures in Writing)