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Red Light, Green Light: A Guide to How Fast to Write

by Tim Kane I’ve been stressing of late on the speed of my writing. My last manuscript flew off my fingertips. This one feels like glue oozing through a pinhole. It has me frustrated and worried. Then I got to … Continue reading

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Revising Equals Rewriting

I admit it. I fall into the trap all the time. When I go back to revise a chapter or a scene, I drop my cursor right in the middle of the offending sentence and make the changes. I hop … Continue reading

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In Praise of Good Enough

I was vacuuming the other day and the Dyson ad popped in my head. I have a standard vacuum with two fixed wheels, so yes, turning corners is difficult. Yet my vacuum, a Shark running a little over a hundred … Continue reading

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