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    Why Do You Want to Publish a Book?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in ABCs of Writing     Comments 61 comments
    May
    23

    Discussion questions: Why do you want to write a book? Why do you want to publish a book? Between process (writing) and product (publication), which is more important to you, and why? Let’s talk about it in the comments. read more

    Recommended Reads: One-Sitting Books

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in ABCs of Writing     Comments 84 comments
    May
    9

    Discussion questions: What are some of your favorite one-sitting books? What do you find appealing about one-sitting books? Have you ever written one? Let’s talk about it in the comments. read more

    Micro Fiction Contest: “Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt”

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in Micro Fiction Challenge     Comments 128 comments
    May
    2

    Discussion questions: In one hundred (100) words or fewer, write a scene or story that includes the phrase “Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.” Write or paste your story into the comments.

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    Can Creativity Be Forced?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in ABCs of Writing     Comments 61 comments
    Apr
    25

    Discussion questions: Do you ever try to force creativity, and does it ever work? Can movement and/or a change of scenery help you? What methods do you have for clearing the mental clutter? Let’s talk about creativity — and ways to foster it — in the comments. read more

    Pandemic: Creativity During COVID-19

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 30 comments
    Apr
    18

    Discussion question: During this CoronaVirus pandemic and stay-at-home reality, are you finding new ways to be creative, or are the old ways still working? (Or both?) Let’s talk about it in the comments. read more

    Pandemic: Will You Change as a Writer? As a Person?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 18 comments
    Apr
    18

    Discussion questions: How will the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home reality change you as a writer? How about as a person? Let’s talk about it in the comments. read more

    Pandemic: What’s Making You Cry (Happy & Sad)?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 30 comments
    Apr
    12

    Discussion question: We asked a few WriteByNighters what’s making them cry, happy and/or sad, while under stay-at-home orders. Their answers, with relevant links, are below. What’s making you cry these days? Let us know in the comments, and include links to any videos or articles you mention. read more

    Pandemic: What is Giving You Hope & Encouragement?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 12 comments
    Apr
    12

    Discussion question: We asked a few WriteByNighters what is giving them hope and encouragement during this COVID-19 pandemic. Their answers, with relevant links, are below. What’s giving you a boost these days? Let us know in the comments, and include links to any videos or articles you mention. read more

    Pandemic: What’s Making You Smile & Laugh?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 45 comments
    Apr
    12

    Discussion questions: We asked a few WriteByNighters what’s making them smile and laugh while under stay-at-home orders. Their answers, with relevant links, are below. What’s making you smile and laugh these days? Let us know in the comments, and include links to any videos or articles you mention. read more

    Pandemic Reading: What Are You Reaching For?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 84 comments
    Mar
    21

    Discussion question: What are you reading during this pandemic? read more

    Pandemic Writing: What Are You Working On?

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 59 comments
    Mar
    21

    Discussion question: What are you writing during this pandemic? read more

    Pandemic: General Discussion

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in CoronaVirus     Comments 97 comments
    Mar
    21

     

    Discussion question: No question. Just talk about whatever you want to talk about. read more




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