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Is it ridiculous to revisit and reanalyze one's own novel, once the manuscript is finished, and before it goes to an editor? Many great novelists had done just that: re-edit their own manuscripts multiple times before sending it to the editor of their choic...

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I am beginning to learn (the hard way), the many challenges and strategies to writing a novel.  The experience of being a Writer  is challenging in itself, let alone a  Genre-Specialist  Writer .  To have become a Novelist is no easy task. This chosen field...

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A Review of: "The Roads We Take"
Most of us have heard of J. D. Salinger, and the famous novel: “The Catcher in the Rye.” In fact, that novel (1951), and the author, Jerome David Salinger, who has since died (1/27/2010) at the ripe age of 91, has been a mainstay in high schools across Amer...

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I think this may be a great idea! Instead of criminals OR those who have no way of learning anything other than smoking cannibus, taking drugs, and minor infractions, they are learning how to work regularly, learning how to give without expecting anything other than self-confidence in return. The only thing I would say should change is that criminals should receive some education credit, certificates, or degrees for what they do inside of prison, so that when they come out, they have something to show for their paying their penalty in prison. Secondly, the public should not have to pay for it, but the corporations should pay for the prisoners well-being, so that they can do a good job. Why are we always trying to make everything the corporations do as ONLY bad? It just needs to be skewed, and the corps need to pay a "wage" through sustaining prisoners' health & well-being. 

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I have written various genres throughout my life. I've written lyrics for songs, poetry, short stories, essays, academic papers, screenplays, and finally I have written a novel. Why do I sound like I am hinging everything as culminating activity toward the ...

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http://www.lydianolan.com/train-to-taos-a-novel/ This is the beginning of my coming novel, "Taos."  It's not unlikely you will be wondering just what kind of book this is. I like to think of it as a "gown-up," having not grown up until something traumatic s...

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Writing a Novel, I think, is most challenging a project as all the others. In a short story you get to tell it like you were talking to a frined, or gossiping about a story you heard. It's over pretty quickly, so you really don't have to flesh out the chara...
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