- "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.Outdoorsy things I have seen in Utah.
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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… ways you can ruin an otherwise-good idea for a genre fiction story
It’s NaNoWriMo time, when thousands of people try to bang out a 50,000-word novel in 30 days and then start submitting it to publishers without any editing or peer-critiquing, and then getting butthurt on the internet when their stories don’t … Continue reading
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