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Lucky you for having a husband to support you in your endeavors. Hope you get the book done and it sells.
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I don't know which is worse; the blatent programming going on with the glp ads, or your advert of being a sell-out,.. either way quit wasting our time.,,,, whore....
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HAHA!!!

sorry to see such sad examples of humans,

this is life

Take it all in stride
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Multi-published author here, ISBN and stuff.

I've never had 'writer's block'. The only times nothing comes when I'm faced with The Blank Sheet is when:

- I've not researched and prepared

- domestic catastrophes (and even then, I'm often writing the situation in my head which is, all by itself, working on ways to incorporate facets and phrases into whatever piece I'm working on.

There isn't any such thing as 'writer's block'. Focus on the negative and that's all you'll get back.

There is, however, such a thing as 'writer's mind' .Research and prepare, research and prepare...and then step aside, ask it humbly to take over, get yourself out of the way of whatever needs to get onto paper.

For starters...FWIW to you.
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I'm writing something too! I'm still on the outline, I have the inciting incident but need help with plot point 1 and midpoint maybe someone can help me out?
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i am able to help if you like. you can either bare it out here for all to see, or pm me if you have an account. This thread is actually full of people that would love to help.
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Thanks for the thread.
Writing is a tough biz for shure.
Sux to put urself on the line.
So, in order to help u, the blossoming
writer, to take that next courageous towards ur own self fulfillment,I'll post my work....



I just had to do an essay for an English class.
Read it if u want, criticize me if u will. Honestly, it doesn't matter to me either way. The essay was for my last English class EVER, and I'm done with writing.

There are some very good writers here in this forum. There are many posts which are very well articulated and expressed. Maybe one of those well-versed in critical analysis of writing will help you, the OP, on your quest.

It seems, every time I write a thread, I get hacked on by someone who is some kind of self-proclaimed English master.

I do, however, enjoy the criticism. I appreciate the eloquence of their written expression.

I'm just hoping to give OP courage to put herself out there!!. FUK'N GIV'R!

PUT UR BALLS ON THE BLOCK!

Required Essay Topic: The best things in life are free.
- Must be under 1000 words, I think this is about 980.

Anyways,

The Best Things in Life Are Free.(Nov.2013)


The relentless clip-clopping of the nurse’s shoes echoed down the hallway. A noxious sanitary odour seemed to permeate every moment of his waning existence. Propped up by a few pillows, with the help of a tilt-a-bed, Carl sat, uncomfortable but not in pain, with the bedside lamp turned on low, listening to the rain outside the window. At arm’s reach lights on a heart monitor blinked at regular intervals: green, blue and sometimes red.

The latest issue of Business Insider lay on the night stand; he had his secretary -his right hand man- bring it to him yesterday afternoon. The magazine was doing a feature article on him, “Carl Sterling-Man of Action”. Carl had not bothered to read it yet; he was spending most of his time thinking of his daughter.

It was twenty-eight years ago tomorrow when his only child was born. Carl had proudly named her Eliza Anne Sterling. Eliza was short for Elizabeth, named after his wife who had succumbed to complications giving birth; Anne was out of respect for his mother. Carl didn’t know much about his daughter these days, as he tried not to be too intrusive since the day she had not-so-kindly requested his permanent absence from her life; he was still reeling from that wrenching moment when his reality came to a grinding halt. Carl thought he had given her everything: private riding lessons (including her own champion thoroughbred stallion), the best private school education, luxurious vacations and anything she ever wanted.

Carl held a birthday card in his soft, shaking hand. The card was seemingly the same as all of the cards from the last few years. Purchased and filled out by his secretary, Carl’s only method of contact awaited his usual signatures, one on the card and one on a cheque.

Carl figured Eliza could use the money, she had cashed all the previous cheques, although sometimes months would pass before the funds were withdrawn. Pictures from his private detective showed that she wasn’t exactly living up to his affluent standards. Eliza was not living in hardship, a fairly new, black Honda CRV was parked in the driveway and she lived in a respectable area of town. However, it wasn’t strictly for Eliza that Carl kept up with the yearly contribution. Carl had another motive for his gratuity; he wanted to help provide for his 4-year-old grandson, Evan.

The day Evan was born was a big day for Carl. He had been giving a speech at a Harvard University pay-per-plate charity event; the proceeds were intended to aid families of soldiers killed in the Gulf War. Eliza had been accompanied at the hospital by her trusted and loyal, life-long friend, Ms. Aversely. Ms. A., as Eliza affectionately called her, had raised Eliza from day one. Carl was usually away on business trips or engaged with “high-ups” in the energy sector. Carl could often be heard saying things like, “I do not have the time to be a family man; I am too busy with work, and I am securing our family’s future.” It was Ms. A. who had called and left a message about Evan’s birth on Carl’s voicemail. If Ms. A hadn’t maintained somewhat of a professional relationship with Carl, it may have been months before he knew the details of his legacy.

It wasn’t until recently Carl had realized how his actions, or more accurately, lack of action, had been responsible for Eliza developing such a bitter contempt for him. “You can’t buy me! It was never about that, the stuff, the money! I needed a father, not some...,” Eliza yelled as she furiously backed away from her father. Carl saw tears fill her eyes before she hastily walked away and left him standing alone. That was the last time they had looked eye to eye, 7 years ago. At the time Carl was confused, he had been doing all along what he thought was best for their future. Growing up with parents who had experienced the Depression had taught him to work hard and earn money. He had become very good at that, at earning money, maybe too good; it had consumed him.

Carl looked at the birthday card with solemn despair. He ran his fingers over the embossed, flowery surface as if he was brushing his little girl’s hair. “How could I let this happen? How could it go so far?” he thought to himself. The card fell from his trembling hands on to the floor. The old man wept as he pressed the button hanging from his neck.

A nurse came quickly into the room to find Carl sitting up in his bed, his sheets covered in tiny pieces of a torn up cheque and his eyes still swollen and weepy from his revelation. Carl asked the nurse for a blank piece of paper. He prepared himself to write to Eliza, for the first time in many years, a personal letter for her birthday.

I tried, for many years, to understand how I failed you. I know now it was my fault, I could not see past my own shallow obsession. I beg of you to forgive me, I am eternally regretful of how things have turned out between us. I am pleading to you and my grandson, to give me another chance.
In your own time, and in your own way, please come back to me.
Sincerely,
A lonely man trying to make amends.

Carl gently put the letter in an envelope and placed it on the bedside table, turned the light off, and fell asleep to the beeping of the monitor beside him.
A light knock came from the doorway, tap-tap-tap. “Who was this?” Carl wondered. It wasn’t one of the regular hospital staff, they were much more forceful. “Come in,” he said, “it’s open.” Light from the hallway pierced the darkness of the room through a small crack in the doorway. Carl could barely make out tiny fingers reaching cautiously around the edge of the door.

A small voice said, in an excited and inquisitive tone, “Grandpa?” The lonely old man felt a tear roll softly down his cheek.



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Sincerely,

My best wishes to you on all of your future endeavors.

You won't gain anything unless you risk something.
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well, that was really quite great! I was hooked to the very end. Thank you so much for sharing - and a shame that you say you are finished with creative writing!! Maybe someday it will reel you back in again.
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Multi-published author here, ISBN and stuff.

I've never had 'writer's block'. The only times nothing comes when I'm faced with The Blank Sheet is when:

- I've not researched and prepared

- domestic catastrophes (and even then, I'm often writing the situation in my head which is, all by itself, working on ways to incorporate facets and phrases into whatever piece I'm working on.

There isn't any such thing as 'writer's block'. Focus on the negative and that's all you'll get back.

There is, however, such a thing as 'writer's mind' .Research and prepare, research and prepare...and then step aside, ask it humbly to take over, get yourself out of the way of whatever needs to get onto paper.

For starters...FWIW to you.
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it is worth a lot to me, and thanks for sharing!
hf
I agree - this book is the first i haveben so prepared for, and it is so far by far the easiest thing i have written. I cannot believe how much of a difference a little bit of prep time can make!!
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Lucky you for having a husband to support you in your endeavors. Hope you get the book done and it sells.
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thank you, i hope so too - and yes, I have a one of a kind man who has my back! It helps a lot.
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I don't know which is worse; the blatent programming going on with the glp ads, or your advert of being a sell-out,.. either way quit wasting our time.,,,, whore....
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get an ad-blocker. maybe with the ads gone you will stop being such a wretched being, lol.
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Good for you, mines been untouched for 2 years.
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Good for you, mines been untouched for 2 years.
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Time to dust it off maybe? Hang around this thread and let every one spur you on to getting it out there! A lot of great people in this thread sharing a lot of great wisdom, experience, advice, etc.
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For those just getting into writing, I recommend this book:
Your Book Starts Here, by Mary Carol Moore.
The book is a result of her amazingly succesful workshops:
>
[link to www.amazon.com]
(I'm male, mid-40's, and live and work in India as a designer. Writing is a passion of mine, as is painting. My avatar represents my protagonist against the Illuminati -a female warrior.)
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Not one word written yet today!
:(

one client had me busy revising a newspaper ad, and Tedx is coming to Cape Breton and I am in charge of the promotional materials for it, so that needed my attention too.
Feeling bad for poor Vivianza sitting in the dank swamp all day. Oh well, here is hoping i can get back to her this evening!
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Hey, thanks for the positive feedback.

I hope u start ur novel soon.
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Hey, thanks for the positive feedback.

I hope u start ur novel soon.
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thanks - it is started!
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well - despite other work, kids that fought all afternoon, a quick Christmas shopping trip, etc - I did manage to get my thousand words written:
[link to i.imgur.com]
not as great as the last thousand, but at least the story has advanced as it was intended. I can always "greaten" it up in the second draft.

It was a difficult evening here. My dearest hubby that would encourage and support me to follow any dream, is having a rough time himself! After graduation, there just wasnt any graphic design jobs. He had to go to work in a min wage job, in order for me to have the freedom to freelance and pursue my goals. It gets hard for him sometimes to keep going to a mindless menial job with no hope of escape. So i put my writing aside for the evening to cheer him up. Poor guy - he has doneso much for me, all because he has that much faith in me. I hope I am not letting him down
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Not one word written yet today!
:(

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'Tis ok to take a break. We have to remember what we are writing for.

:)
We become like that to which we are devoted. - Choose wisely.
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A little note about the name Uaine:
It is actually gaelic for the colour green, lol. So i thought it suited my character pretty well. Since i suck at thinking up names, i thought it was a good idea to stop trying to invent names that always sound dumb to me and use real words. Gaelic is a local language in this part of the world, albeit a struggling language.
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cheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheer
10,000 words!!! Officially a tenth of the way finished!!
[link to i.imgur.com]
^^check out the word count on that baby! I am nowhere close to beginning to slow down either!!



How about everyone else in here that was talking about writing currently? Any progress reports? anything new and exciting to share? Has anyone started to write something after being in here with so many awesome writers sharing their stories?
would love to hear from you all!
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cheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheer
10,000 words!!! Officially a tenth of the way finished!!
[link to i.imgur.com]
^^check out the word count on that baby! I am nowhere close to beginning to slow down either!!



How about everyone else in here that was talking about writing currently? Any progress reports? anything new and exciting to share? Has anyone started to write something after being in here with so many awesome writers sharing their stories?
would love to hear from you all!
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applause applause applause

I have a ~2,000 word piece that needs to be done by Saturday night. It's outlined in my head, now to put it to paper!
We become like that to which we are devoted. - Choose wisely.
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cheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheercheer
10,000 words!!! Officially a tenth of the way finished!!
[link to i.imgur.com]
^^check out the word count on that baby! I am nowhere close to beginning to slow down either!!



How about everyone else in here that was talking about writing currently? Any progress reports? anything new and exciting to share? Has anyone started to write something after being in here with so many awesome writers sharing their stories?
would love to hear from you all!
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applause applause applause

I have a ~2,000 word piece that needs to be done by Saturday night. It's outlined in my head, now to put it to paper!
 Quoting: Life and Love


you can do it!
It is amazing how fast 2000 words can go by when it is all planned out. Good luck with it! Be sure to let us know how it goes.
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aslo - why does the 'happy' smilie look so terrifying?? lol
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you can do it!
It is amazing how fast 2000 words can go by when it is all planned out. Good luck with it! Be sure to let us know how it goes.
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This comes around about once a month on average. My method is to ponder the subject at hand for most of that time and then waiting to the end to put it to paper. If I don't let it "cook" long enough, I end up re-doing it.

The way I know it's ready to be written is when my mind drifts to next month's subject rather than dwelling on the one at hand.

This approach can be unnerving until you get used to it, but any more I wouldn't do it any other way.
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So at this point, I decided to ask dearest husband for his opinion. Waiting for him to read through thirty pages was intensely terrifying and also embarrassing! I was pacing around, wondering if he was thinking I was an idiot!
when he finally finished he let me have his honest opinion. I trust his opinions. This is the guy that once near broke my heart by telling me a picture i drew wasn't very good, lol. He is always honest - one of the reasons i love him so.
So his feedback was very positive on this one. There were a few things he picked up on, that i expected him to. A few scenes that he wished were a bit longer or more descriptive. A few moments that could have been awesome with a bit of tweaking. Aside from that he said it was very very good. He wanted to read more, and he cant wait to find out how it ends!
As for the criticisms he had to offer, i agreed with them all. But that is why this is just a "first" draft. When I do the second draft, i will be able to make those changes.
So yay! I survived the critiquing!!!
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So at this point, I decided to ask dearest husband for his opinion. Waiting for him to read through thirty pages was intensely terrifying and also embarrassing! I was pacing around, wondering if he was thinking I was an idiot!
when he finally finished he let me have his honest opinion. I trust his opinions. This is the guy that once near broke my heart by telling me a picture i drew wasn't very good, lol. He is always honest - one of the reasons i love him so.
So his feedback was very positive on this one. There were a few things he picked up on, that i expected him to. A few scenes that he wished were a bit longer or more descriptive. A few moments that could have been awesome with a bit of tweaking. Aside from that he said it was very very good. He wanted to read more, and he cant wait to find out how it ends!
As for the criticisms he had to offer, i agreed with them all. But that is why this is just a "first" draft. When I do the second draft, i will be able to make those changes.
So yay! I survived the critiquing!!!
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Everyone needs a "truth teller" in their lives, and not just for writing critiques. Sounds like you have yours. applause
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So at this point, I decided to ask dearest husband for his opinion. Waiting for him to read through thirty pages was intensely terrifying and also embarrassing! I was pacing around, wondering if he was thinking I was an idiot!
when he finally finished he let me have his honest opinion. I trust his opinions. This is the guy that once near broke my heart by telling me a picture i drew wasn't very good, lol. He is always honest - one of the reasons i love him so.
So his feedback was very positive on this one. There were a few things he picked up on, that i expected him to. A few scenes that he wished were a bit longer or more descriptive. A few moments that could have been awesome with a bit of tweaking. Aside from that he said it was very very good. He wanted to read more, and he cant wait to find out how it ends!
As for the criticisms he had to offer, i agreed with them all. But that is why this is just a "first" draft. When I do the second draft, i will be able to make those changes.
So yay! I survived the critiquing!!!
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Everyone needs a "truth teller" in their lives, and not just for writing critiques. Sounds like you have yours. applause
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indeed! I mean, no one likes getting bad reviews, lol. But the kind of person I am - it is very hard for me to believe compliments. In fact i never believe them. But i can believe them from him because i have learned that he will never tell me something is good if it isnt. that is hard to find in this friendly part of the world where no one will say a bad thing to your face (but plenty behind your back)
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11,000!
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well,well,well! I seem to identify with this! lolsign
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no, my sweet husband isn't an ass or anything. But he knows how much i likes my glp. So, when I complained about not having the time to finally write this book I have been putting off, he kindly (and timidly) suggested that if I didn't spend so much time CT-porning, I would have the time needed to actually write.
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who loves you more "your husband", or GLP??

GLP OF COURSE!!!!!11 BANE HIM!!!!!

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well,well,well! I seem to identify with this! lolsign
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nudge nudge wink wink

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no, my sweet husband isn't an ass or anything. But he knows how much i likes my glp. So, when I complained about not having the time to finally write this book I have been putting off, he kindly (and timidly) suggested that if I didn't spend so much time CT-porning, I would have the time needed to actually write.
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who loves you more "your husband", or GLP??

GLP OF COURSE!!!!!11 BANE HIM!!!!!

banbutton
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hahahahaha!
seriously - go on any ison thread and ask for a show of hands for who loves green girl. The number of rotten tomatoes thrown at you will be your answer!!!

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but thanks! I will let my husband know he is pre-banned - that must be a first for glp
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Good luck with your book, GG


Do it. Publish it and make it happen.

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