Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Omnicient Manifesto

I am omniscient! There I said it. I’m probably really not omniscient, though it is the voice that I choose. It is real you know; head hopping and all (insert gasp from those in the business of popular fiction). And … Continue reading

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Don’t try me…

Don’t try me. I can read any of you under the table. Ana’Gia Wright 7/10/2014

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Debunking Writing Myths: “Omniscient POV Is Bad”

I love this POV.

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The Dark One in the Fog

I had an Edgar Allen Poe moment around 2 this morning and here is what I have so far: Gather round, join the fold. I’ve a story, must be told. Heed the warning I behold of the dark one in … Continue reading

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Writing Motivation

One word a sentence be Add two more and thee have three Four and five might make you laugh Put them together for a paragraph Six or seven the more the merrier Eight nine ten the length is scarier The … Continue reading

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Find the time to write.

Whether every day, once a week, or once a month a writer’s level of commitment is his or her own. Each writer sets a goal. Sometimes that goal is in writing- a posted note attached to the bathroom mirror or … Continue reading

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