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Unsure how to create a character who grieves convincingly without writing a totally depressing tear-jerker? Here’s some advice from someone who definitely knows what she’s doing.
from Locus Magazine, January 2009 We know that our readers are distracted and sometimes even overwhelmed by the myriad distractions that lie one click away on the Internet, but of course writers face the same glorious problem: the delirious world of information and communication and community that lurks behind your screen, one alt-tab away from your word-processor. The single worst piece of writing advice I ever got was to stay away from the Internet because it would only waste my time and wouldn't help my writing. This advice was wrong creatively, professionally, artistically, and personally, but I know where the writer who doled it out was coming from.
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okay, there are some glitches and i cant retrieve posts from the new members forum. i guess that section of the site is being worked with at the moment..
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