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Write What You Know,per Collins (Inspiration)

“Do not copy my style! The first rule of writing is write about what you know, not what you think you know. So, think about what you’ve done in your life and write about that.” Jackie Collins Catherine Kane 4/4/16 … Continue reading

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Anything, per Robbins (Inspiration)

“The one thing emphasized in any creative writing course is ‘write what you know,’ and that automatically drives a wooden stake through the heart of imagination. If they really understood the mysterious process of creating fiction, they would say, ‘You can write about anything you can imagine.’ ”

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Icebergs, per Hemingway (Inspiration)

“If a writer knows enough about what he is writing about, he may omit things that he knows. The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one ninth of it being above water.”

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The Universe is Calling…

They say that you should write what you know-

But sometimes the universe wants something different of you…..

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Adventure at the Steampunk World’s Fair

When you start out writing, you’re always told to “write what you know.”

But what if you want to write what you don’t know? What if you want to fly into a totally different world, experience alien cultures, have adventures, meet interesting people and boldly go where no person (or not so many…) have gone before?…..

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Having Fun While Doing Research…

They say “write what you know”. It’s easier to write about automobiles, television and the Internet, because both you and your reader know how these things work, so you only need a minimal amount of explanation or description. But what … Continue reading

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