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carolinamtne last won the day on January 29

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  1. I count this site as a writer's group. Some of us are neophytes being helped by those who have the skills. And I certainly do appreciate what I learn here.
  2. If you mention a connection to Snoopy, everyone here will know who.
  3. Lots of good, detailed info here. Thank you.
  4. Unfortunately, it is hard to have your baby criticized, especially the parts you have sweated over the most.
  5. Hmmm. Never thought of using museum pieces that way.
  6. I signed up. A diary is not a personal essay, but there are similarities, so I will give it a try.
  7. I think that's what it takes to become good as well.
  8. The fact that you raised the question suggests to me that you feel it is a problem. As Wes wrote above, On the other hand, Jesus was frequently accused of breaking the Sabbath because they considered healing to be work. Let you be the one to decide whether writing is a resting, relaxing, fun activity for you or actually is work.
  9. And don't forget to enjoy it, not only as you go, but when you say, "OK, first draft is finished."
  10. I have Kindle but obviously not unlimited.
  11. Continuing and finishing is the point. But also going through all those revisions to improve the story is the point. And then taking your courage in your hands and submitting it is the point. (Yes, there are lots of points.)
  12. Either I missed something or it's free to read online, but $9.99 to download.
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