Monthly Archives: December 2014

When it’s necessary to murder a scene

I have been on such a roll lately, writing like a maniac for the first time in my life. Running up to the 4 ½ day weekend that was Christmas this year, I was excited about all of the writing I was going to get done. It was not unthinkable that between that break and […]

Writing Group Faux Pas

  A few months ago I got a little annoyed during our weekly writing group. One of the authors was working on a fantasy novel that contained witchcraft. One of the people in our group said that the spell his characters were using would actually take much longer in real life and a ten minute conversation […]

Reading Woes

I’ve been writing a lot lately. Just the fact that I can honestly type that sentence makes me just about the happiest idiot on this planet – but that’s not what this post is about. Anyway, even when I’m in production mode, I still make sure I read for at least 30 minutes every day. […]

Pinker’s “The Sense of Style” – New Writing Style Guide

Originally posted on Making it up as I go along:
Yesterday, I listened to the latest episode of one of my favorite podcasts, A Way with Words. (I highly recommend subscribing if you care even the least bit about language – it’s a lot of fun) Grant and Martha started discussing a new style guide…

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Joshua M Swenson

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Memoir Notes

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Cover Your Dreams

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A Narcissist Writes Letters, To Himself

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Maybe someone should write that down...

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