Story about:writing, writing tips, writing advice
#4 in Non-fiction
23.06.2019 — ...
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"Every story is made up of both events and characters. A story happens because a pattern is interrupted. If you are writing about a day that is like any other day, it is most likely a routine, not a story."
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The last comment in the thread:
"Don't write for the market,
write for your readers.
It's not about writing a best-seller,
it's about sharing something
that can touch hearts
and shift minds."
~ Bryana Beecham, one of the authors of the anthology "Love Unlimited"
Quote of the day:
"After nourishment, shelter, and companionship,
stories are the things we need most in this world."
~ Philip Pullman, English novelist, writer of the fantasy trilogy "His Dark Materials".
The quote of the day comes from Roy T. Bennett, author of "The Light in the Heart"
"Never let hard lessons harden your heart;
the hard lessons of life are meant to make you better, not bitter."
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Roza Csergo, “Instead of worrying about what you cannot control,
shift your energy to what you can create.”
~ Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
Excellent advice in this chapter as well. As writers, we spend a lot of time all alone with our thoughts, and we need a community of others.
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Roza Csergo, Absolutely. :)
I'm not a writer but this information is necessary to anyone who wants to be one.
Steve Ringer, Your kind words mean a lot to me.
"There is no greater agony
than bearing an untold story
~ Maya Angelou, poet and writer, memoirist and a civil rights activist.
Well done Roza! Filled with fantastic, useful information for writers.
“I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.”
— Anne Frank
PS: Your writing did not reflect as a second tongue to me. Great job!
Ruby Rose, Amazing quote. I love it.
And thank you for your comment.
I've been reading and writing in English for years.
Quote of the day:
"Don't forget - no one sees the world as you do,
so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell."
~ Charles de Lint, writer of urban fantasy
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