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Archive for the ‘Writing Tips’ Category

Dreaming, Writing and Aging

April 29, 2018

This has been on my mind for some time. I wonder if it is just me or do others experience this also.  Many of my ideas come to me while I am sleeping. Sometimes I actually remember my dreams, and sometimes they make no sense. Since my mind always seems to be working, I often […]

Recommended References for Writers

June 23, 2016

I was once asked, why I have so many dictionaries. The reason is simple because they are different. New words are coined; out of use words are deleted from most dictionaries. Only one dictionary understands that words are forever, that the etymology of words is important. Over the years some words have even changed their […]

Characters and Personae

June 6, 2016

I recently heard that every person has two personae, one public and one private. In writing this is often described as the duality of man. It is the basis for the most interesting characters that writers create, but do we create them or do we describe someone we have met? Are our characters figments of […]

Building Blocks

February 10, 2016

Writer: A person who writes books, stories, or articles as a job Writing: A sequence of letters, words, or symbols marked on a surface Like any other job, being a writer requires tools. In the case of a writer those tools are something to write with, something to write on and words. Words are the […]

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