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    writing advice from great writers

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    ...and everything this man says, too.

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    New York-based graphic designer Chris Ritter has accumulated a series of quotes imparting advice about writing from some of the most famous authors throughout history, superimposing the wise words over the respective writer's portrait ... Love This ^ and the board Quotes n others http://pinterest.com/ChiaraWho/quotes-other/ Beautiful Written Word Illustrations <3

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    Creative writing tips from famous authors.

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    Kurt Vonnegut writing advice quotes

  • Alice Brook

    If you are going to Break the rules, Break them BIG and it just might work.

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