Like a lot of other people i want to be a writer ;-) Here are some tips. Sep 24
This Is My Secret I'm almost always in the process of reading a book; often I'm reading two. It's not unusual for me to be reading three. (There's also a scattering of a half-dozen books that I read at the pace of a snail across years, but I'm not counting those here – I'm talking about books I'm actively reading now with the intention of finishing them soonish.) That's usually my limit, and when I'm reading three books, two of them will almost certainly be either nonfiction or short stories; I rarely read more than one novel at the same time.
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Please Help Me Fight to Keep Credit Card Companies from Deleting Controversial Books from the Internetby Miracle Jones So credit card companies are trying to delete my books and stories from the internet. Though I have been rejected from every publishing house in America, now I am also being told that I can't even "self-publish" my glorious filth for money. the fiction circus
Jack Kerouac: 30 Cool Tips Jack Kerouac was one of those writers who reinvented literature. He climbed in James Joyce’s stream of consciousness car then careened down the streets of Beat poetry and the alleyways of Bebop jazz, creating such novels as The Dharma Bums, Big Sur, and the landmark On the Road. He influenced countless writers and, some say, helped usher in the 1960s counter-culture movement. Fellow writers were always asking Kerouac how he did what he did.
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One of the challenges of writing is...writing. Here are some tips that I've found most useful for myself, for actually getting words onto the page: 1. Write something every work-day, and preferably, every day; don't wait for inspiration to strike. Gretchen Rubin: 13 Tips For Actually Getting Some Writing Done