- Won't you take me to... Chunky town?"Dad, don't you ever bring that monster in my house again!" #doggoThis adorable little dude spent the night last night. Ruby was not terribly pleased and spent the entire time hiding in her crate. Oh well. #doggoSomeone's turning six today! #doggo #dogsofinstagramMost expensive popcorn I'll have all year. Don't ask why.I have literally no idea what this show is about.
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SIX OF THE BEST… ways to stay unhappy
We make sure we’re unhappy. It’s a thing.
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SIX OF THE BEST… lessons learned from Super Mario Run
I’ve been playing a lot of Super Mario Run lately. The game has a surprising amount of life lessons in it.
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SIX OF THE BEST… reasons to outline your novel
Chris is very matter-of-fact about it — she has to do what she has to do, and if things do get changed back, he’ll never know. In the meantime, he wants to have as much time with her as he … Continue reading
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SIX OF THE BEST… reasons not to write what you know
People write what they want to be true, because that’s what they know: they’re stuck in boring or dysfunctional lives and they want out. From SIX OF THE BEST… reasons not to write what you know.
SIX OF THE WORST… things about submitting your work
Just writing your NaNo novel isn’t enough; it has to be revised, beta-read, formatted, and submitted, or else you’ll never get it published. Even self-publishing takes a lot of work. So what do you do when your story is done? … Continue reading
Elmore Leonard’s Ten Rules of Writing
scribnerbooks: annadevries: cmasonwells: Elmore Leonard’s 10 rules of writing, via The Trad Know them. Love them. Amen. I remember reading this right before reading the 5th Frank Herbert Dune novel. The thing I noticed most was number 3 – Herbert … Continue reading
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