Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Writer and Order.

So, creativity – it means you’re a free spirit, doesn’t it?  It means that life is just there and it just is what it is.  We’re writing to escape the humdrum existence and routine of the nine-to-five shit that just … Continue reading

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First vs Third. Perspectives in Fiction.

I – sorry – Rob always seemed to end up writing in first person.  He didn’t think about it too much really, until he was watching a creative-writing class on the internet in which the writer giving the lecture said … Continue reading

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I’m in Another World Now. Let Me Be.

I find myself in a predicament:  I need to start editing my previous novel.  What’s wrong with that?  Well, I’m stuck into the new story now and I need to keep charging forwards with that one.  Why not do both? … Continue reading

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Can we be completely selfish, and follow every whim, when we write for an audience.?

I have been writing bits and pieces on this blog for a little while now, and as I do it is becoming clear that I am using it as a platform to ask questions about the often confusing world of … Continue reading

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