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Writing Part III: Getting Your Story Out There

Now comes the most teeth-grinding, skin-crawling part of the whole writing deal: publishing. Just the word used to send chills up my spine, but it was so intermingled with excitement and aspirations that it couldn’t help but pull me up … Continue reading

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Writing Part II: Give Us Your Vibe

In the last writing blog I did, I discussed a lot about plot and keeping the flow of your storyline smooth and eventful. This time around, I’m doing more with the bells and whistles of your story. If we get … Continue reading

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Writing Part I: The Plot Thickens

Writing can be frustrating. Many people in the past have asked me about what it takes to write a good fiction tale. In all honesty, it’s not exactly a walk in the part, but it can be broken down to … Continue reading

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Be the Fish

There is a very famous quote from Einstein that goes like this: “Everyone is a genius. But if you tell a fish to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” Translation? College is the … Continue reading

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