Category Archives: The Writing Life

Words are those things which drive the universe.

Lynne Truss On Punctuation

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In the family of punctuation, where the [period] is daddy and the comma is mummy, and the semicolon quietly practices the piano with crossed hands, the exclamation mark is the attention-deficit brother who gets overexcited and breaks things and laughs … Continue reading

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Donald Miller On Writers

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Blue Like Jazz has become a popular book, especially among college-age people. Recently, while reading through it, I asked myself (and others) why it connected so well with college students. Is it the humorous stories? The honest reflections? Is it … Continue reading

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Birth of An Author

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Originally written April 10, 2006. I have often wondered what the life of a writer would look like, and sometimes it scares me. I imagine a life of some solitude, with trips to the park or a local Starbucks for … Continue reading

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R.L. On Writing

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Not that I necessarily agree with this perspective, but it’s an interesting view. I hear other authors saying, “Write from your heart. Write what you know. Write what you feel.” That’s horrible. What a way to turn people away from … Continue reading

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The Writing Life

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I have noticed something interesting about blogs and blogging. Typically, the blogs that have the most traffic, attract the most readers, and are better known, are the ones that have some sort of central theme. There may also be more … Continue reading

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Thick Skin

By: Ted Dekker April 21, 2006 I remember my agent once telling me that I would have to develop a thick skin if I hoped to succeed as a writer. This was before I was first published and I wondered … Continue reading

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Work Worth Doing

I spend almost no time thinking about the worth of my writing. And none at all in daydreams about the wealth I’ll have when someone makes a movie from my bestseller. Writing is what I do. It is the profession … Continue reading

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