Monthly Archives: February 2020

Read Poem: CONFIDENCE REMINDER, by Ingrid Gilbert

Allow me to remind you a little something about confidence, now can I: Confidence starts by action making; Then evolves in a deep rooted feeling; And eventually becomes a part of your entire being. Hence you start taking action, You … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MY HOUSE SOUNDS LIKE A SHIP, by Ray Blaze

As I lay in bed resting my youth, I hear the walls crackling around, Escaped seconds are profound, Mark Twain saved me a minute; My rooms falls on the yard, Nearby the trees bruits growing, The hard wind beats by … Continue reading

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Read Poem by C.W. Veranderung

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Read Poem: FLEETING, by David Desmond

“On the Way to Work” Collection They flitted and flirted, Here and there, up in the air. Lovers they are, friends forever. He follows her. She just goes where she may Oh, how fun is this game they play. Life … Continue reading

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9 Tips to Improve Your Writing — A Writer’s Path

by Cátia Isabel Silva Improvement. That’s an amazing word and fundamental for all of us who want to continuously get better at our jobs. As I already said in previous posts, there is plenty of competition in the writing field, … Continue reading

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How Every Writer Has Their Own Method — A Writer’s Path

by Cynthia Hilston How many of you remember the dreaded research papers you had to write in high school? Raise your hand. Better off, don’t raise your hand. That’s too reminiscent of being back in school. But anyway, I’ll tell … Continue reading

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Start from the Middle: How One Single Idea Just Changed Everything — A Writer’s Path

by Matt Frick I didn’t write ONE sentence of my current book project this week. Not a single word. But man did I make some progress! I told y’all how I like to outline the entire story in multiple levels … Continue reading

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Do You Think Technology is Good for Writers? — A Writer’s Path

by Jean M. Cogdell Where would you be as a writer without your computer? Just think about it for a minute. We have come to rely on little electronic robots in every stage of our lives from the grocery store … Continue reading

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This is a Writer’s Worst Enemy — A Writer’s Path

by Sarah Pesce I don’t know about you, but if given two months to write something, whether it’s 2 pages or 20 pages, I wouldn’t be starting immediately. Nope, you’d find me procrastinating on the writing up until the last … Continue reading

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Real Writers Persist. Always. — A Writer’s Path

by Lauren Sapala When writers first start out writing they tend to concentrate on all the wrong things. The big question always seems to be: Do I have talent? This is followed closely by: How do I get an agent? … Continue reading

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