Tag Archives: Writing Habits

Write on- Reading Aloud

Reading aloud is such an intimate experience, especially when reading to some one else. Heads close together, breath held as an important scary passage is read aloud late at night. It is from reading aloud that we learn the small … Continue reading

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Write on- My brain burst writing this post!

We have become so conditioned to hype and hysterical writing that it is a part of our everyday lexicon.  Just last week there was a bomb threat at a bank. Someone according to the news had thrown a silver container … Continue reading

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Write on- Turning on the Taps

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“If you’re going to be a writer, the first essential is just to write. Do not wait for an idea. Start writing something and the ideas will come. You have to turn the faucet on before the water starts to … Continue reading

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Write On- The act of typing

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I haven’t used a typewriter for donkey years. I was listening to a podcast on the plane and an author was saying- he didn’t use a computer. He used an old typewriter. He was asked if the slowness of the … Continue reading

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Write On- It’s the time of the year

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The leaves are starting to turn colour and I am suddenly full of energy. Does the weather affect your writing habits? It does mine. When it’s hot and sunny, I’m miserable and grumpy and want to do nothing more than … Continue reading

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