Tag Archives: Writing Exercises

lunch hour links for writers – 11/4/09

NaNoWriMo edition. (hehe) Okay, you’re doing it! You’re plugging away on writing a 50,000 word novel during the month of November, hitting those keyboards hard and fast, so I thought to kick off the first week of NaNoWriMo, I’d share … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 10/7/09

I’m still under the gun on my own deadline (both for my novel and for my ackademick), but I’m pleased to say the chapters are coming a lot more smoothly now. That’s thanks to a great group of critique partners … Continue reading

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teresa’s submission – mots justes writing exercise

All right, all right . . . nobody is biting here, so I’ll go first. Be forewarned: this is adult content and is not for children. Be further forewarned that this portion of chapter 8 has not passed through my … Continue reading

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mots justes writing exercises

I don’t care if you never do another writing exercise in your life, you must go to Mots Justes and choose one of these exercises: Film and Approaches to Writing, Part I — “Persona” Film and Approaches to Writing, Part … Continue reading

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