Common Themes Across All Writing: Audience and Persuasion

Common Themes Across All Writing: Audience and Persuasion

The more I grow as a writer, the more commonalities I see between each and every form of writing I come across. Not that I always believed that. At quite a young age I decided I was going to become a […]

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Why Not: An Argument

Why Not: An Argument

Last week, I shared an image I saw on Facebook. In it, a Tumblr user paraphrases interactions they’ve had regarding characters of the non-white, non-cisgendered, non-heterosexual variety: “Why is this character xyz?” The author’s answer: “Why not?” So I posted […]

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Writing When I Don’t Feel Like It Is Good For Me

Writing When I Don’t Feel Like It Is Good For Me

I’ll start off today’s post with an apology for constantly bringing up my coursework, but it’s the only writing I’ve been able to squeeze in lately, which makes it all I have to talk about. But not for much longer! […]

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Kick That Fear of Failure to the Curb

Kick That Fear of Failure to the Curb

If you’ve been reading my posts for a while, likely you’ll have noticed all the self-help books I’ve been reading since the start of 2017. I’m intrigued by different people’s value metrics and means of coping with life’s challenges and […]

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Expectations: You Won’t Always Know What People Want

Expectations: You Won’t Always Know What People Want

If my writing courses have taught me anything over the past year it’s that I truly struggle with vague instructions. I have high expectations of myself and my work; when I am assigned a task I want clear-cut, specific instructions on […]

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Ink Link Roundup –book recommendations, anyone?

Ink Link Roundup –book recommendations, anyone?

We decided to focus on book lists to keep you entertained during this winter that doesn’t seem to want to end! Enjoy—spring has to be on its way. Here are 5 women writers you’ll want to add to your literature […]

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