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“We Writers are the Most Lily-Livered of All Craftsmen”

My dear old dad bought me a copy of “If You Want to Write” by Brenda Ueland.  Again, as I suggested in the last post, you should read this book, if you want to write.  I’ve already come across an … Continue reading

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Rethinking “Show, Don’t Tell”

Or Do Either; Each is Beside the Point.             One of the age-old adages of writing tips is “Show, Don’t Tell.”  It’s in nearly every book on writing I’ve read, it’s in my dad’s writing course (The Writing Course).  If … Continue reading

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