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Whoa (no pun intended) - 9 Woes of the Writing Life by Leslie Leyland Fields

I know a few people that do the same thing...as a writer I would NEVER do this...well...maybe, but only when I'm doing internal editing before I speak, but since my filters are somewhat skewed this can lead to an offense that I find funny and others find rude....oops.

Yes, I have always found this to be true. Laura Davis & The Writer's Jounrey www.lauradavis.net

Writing is the sweetest of freedoms. It breaks the chains which try to bind us to this world. It is freedom to release and let go of angst or anger, sadness or fear. Freedom to soar above this plane of existence and reach heights never before reached. When we write we are free to be all of who we are when the world seeks to quell our voices . . . Click to read more.

The reason I always advocate hand journaling and letter writing....so true. :)

Beware the coffee shop people. You could very well be in half a dozen novels and not know it.

Writing Motivation Print in Mint Green, Just Write, New Years Resolution, Inspirational Typography, Office Art, Student Print. $15.50, via Etsy.

Probably my favorite writing quote

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps (Or 311 steps if you're counting the various edits)

"Learning to write is learning to think. You don't know anything clearly unless you can state it in writing."