Macy
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Writing Tips: The Overuse of Words pt. 1

Overused words in books are my biggest pet peeve as a writer.  There’s nothing worse than a main character “shuttering”

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rschertzer
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Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) Review

The visuals are beautiful and Johnny Depp is as whimsical as ever, but this sequel gets lost with underdeveloped characters

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Macy
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Poetry Nite: “The Sound of Sunset”

We’ve all seen that painting of the strange looking human with his (her?) hands on her (his?) face.  It’s called

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Macy
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Top 5 Novels That Will Undoubtedly Become Classics

Want to read modern-day classics?  These 5 novels are exactly what you’re searching for, because they will undoubtedly become all

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tphaynesworth16
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Exhaustion/Grueling (excerpt writing)

“exhaustion” …the ceiling fan revolves slowly, like a crashing helicopter…my eyes are dry, giving it a dead stare…my body is

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Macy
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Book Review: “The Astonishing Color of After”

The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X. R. Pan is a book about love–familial and romantic.  In the aftermath

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Macy
1

How To Write Heart Wrenching Dialogue

Dialogue sometimes reads artificially, dryly, boring, or all those other adjectives that describe something that simply isn’t good.  Heart wrenching

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Macy
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Poetry Nite: “Concrete Stems”

All you artists out there, how many times has someone asked you how you’re supposed to make a living doing

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tphaynesworth16
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Trauma

trauma can lead to tragedy like the ending of a Shakesphere play, renders a consequential travesty.   for in my

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Macy
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Top 5 Ways to Become Creatively Inspired

During this difficult time when we’re all stuck under our roof, inspiration is much needed, especially if you’re a creator,

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