Tag Archive: advice

Hooked on a Feeling: Hope and Despair

Keep turning that chicken.

Hollywood has an Iconography Problem

Have you ever noticed how Jesus is everywhere? And I don’t mean “everywhere” in the sense that He’s divinely omnipresent. No, I mean the other kind of everywhere—specifically, I am talking about movies. Because people are putting Him in movies.…
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Help is Other People

There’s no getting around the fact that writing is a largely solitary art. There are exceptions, of course. Writing TV shows being the most notable. And the bookmill industry sometimes relies on writing by committee, where a number of talented…
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Becoming a writer has been an eye opening experience for me, in many ways. I never appreciated all the work that went into writing a book until I actually did it. And I also didn’t realize just how possible it is…
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Something Relevant

Hello, all. This post will be short(ish). I don’t post often, because a part of me wants everything I put here to be somehow profound or thought provoking. But doing this makes the site stagnate. So I need to be a…
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Making Sense of Writing Advice

“Beware of advice—even this.” -Carl Sandburg Standing on the Shoulders of Giants I like quotes. Not only do they provide good advice, but they lend an air of authority to your arguments (although this only works on people who respect…
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