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Tag Archives: Cory Doctorow

Virtual Characters

If you’re doing NaNoWriMo this month, and you’re reading this post, you’re either so far along on your book that you have time to burn, or you’ve given up. Please, don’t give up. In 2011, John Scalzi wrote about “being fictional“, which was his take on Elizabeth Bear’s post regarding how she is, in the […]

425 Free eBooks

Wow, what a busy week! I’m sorry that my weekly post of something fun and free isn’t more than this or more in keeping with a theme for the month, but, well, it’s the best I can do this week.  I’m not absolutely sure that I haven’t used this link before, in fact, but, if […]

Writerly Advice

There is no shortage of advice for writers. And, honestly, the advice you like least is probably the best for you.  Why do I say that?  Because the advice that rankles you the most is probably digging at the precise issue that you have as a writer and are trying to ignore.  Or, is that […]

Think More Better

Yes, that grammatical travesty was written on purpose. And, it got your attention, so it worked! One of the things I’ve been obsessed with over the years is thinking.  Specifically, thinking more creatively.  For a long time, I thought that we all had a built-in limit to our creativity.  What we were born with was […]


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