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Hey everyone! I know that it’s been a while since I’ve posted here. I’m spending a lot of my blogging time over at the WFPS page.
It is updated every weekday with things like writing prompts (1), challenges (2), advice (3), tips (4), and inspiration (5). There’s also a monthly writing contest (6), writing resources (7), and I’m over there talking about writing and sending out my inspiring writery vibes (8).
Yup, that’s 8 reasons why you should follow the WFPS page. Don’t you feel lucky? You got an extra 3 reasons out of the deal.
See y’all over there. :)
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This is a post that I wrote up for my writer’s group. Take a look-see and visit our page to participate:
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Originally posted on Writers for Pete's Sake:
Elmore Leonard passed away earlier this week. My heart swells whenever we lose honest, talented men and women. I always hope that we can do justice to the literary world like the legends before us. We are the next generation. We have to learn from those before us and make sure that we pass on that knowledge and talent. But I digress…
Anyway, I thought I would share this “article” posted on Buzzfeed in honor of him. They are good lessons and ones that we should all know as writers.