Tuesday, February 12, 2013


The Insouciant Sophisticate said...

I highly agree with Mike Mullin's advice-I'm very sure that all my reading will greatly aid me as I progress through life.

Kristan said...

- Simon P. Clark
- Lenore Applehans
- Mike Mullin via Paige
- Erin Latimer
- Zadie Smith via Writers Net Guide
- Elissa Janine via Nova Ren (!!!!)
- Kris Oliver
- Morgan Murphy (lol)

kaye (paper reader) said...

I really agree with the bit about writing by hand; I find myself more aware of the process because everything is so tangible. Notebook, pen, hand. When I'm at a keyboard, my mind can dispel words much faster from my brain (keyboard smash) and I have more to edit later.

Huh. I'd never thought of that. And this is why I love your twitter roundups. :)

Unknown said...

Aww, comments make us feel loved. Thanks, y'all!

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