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Friday Forum: 12/21

According to the Mayan calendar today, 12/21/2012, is the end of the world. Whether it is or not, the notion makes you stop and think, “Have I done all I wanted to do?”. As writers, the question may be more appropriately phrased, “Have I written all that I wanted to write?”. What are some writing […]

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Daily Writer’s Fix: December 17-21

How to use Daily Writers’ Fix Monday: Sight Wherever you are right now, look up. Write about what you see. Tuesday: Smell It’s dusk. A bat jets out from under the bridge, then flies back under it, as the water rushes by in the creek. What scent does your imagination conjure up? What trail does […]

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Daily Writer’s Fix: December 3-7

How to use Daily Writers’ Fix Monday: Sight Whether you’ve just wrapped up a month of fiction writing for NaNoWriMo or are working on poetry or songwriting, treat yourself to some personal writing based on travel today. Pull a photo album off the shelf and choose a photo from one of the favorite places you’ve […]

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Daily Writer’s Fix: November 26-30

How to use Daily Writers’ Fix Monday: Sight   Inspiration can be found all around, and a change of scenery can be just the trick for fighting a case of writer’s block. Visit a museum or park today, if you have the chance, and find a quiet spot to do some freewriting. If you don’t […]

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Autumn Leaves

Daily Writer’s Fix: November 19-23

How to use Daily Writers’ Fix Monday: Sight Today, try to see the world from another perspective–such as that of a spider. What does your house look like from the eyes of an eight-legged creepy crawler? Tuesday: Smell   We’re entering a season of cinnamon and gingerbread, pine boughs and crisp snow-laden air. It’s perfect […]

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