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Parallelism: Saving Space and Energy

Parallelism: Saving Space and Energy

I pride myself on being a learner; I love learning about new subjects and expanding my knowledgebase. The best way I learn is by reading, and I like to read about topics far and wide. This sometimes means that I land […]

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I Have Entered the Real World of Editing

I Have Entered the Real World of Editing

Obviously, I have been writing for a long time. Not only has English been my favourite subject since I entered first grade, which is why I spent four intense years earning an English BA, I have always been actively writing and […]

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Post-When Words Collide 2016

Post-When Words Collide 2016

As I’m typing, it’s been roughly 22 hours since I left When Words Collide 2016. The end of the festival is always bittersweet because I love the energy and excitement about writing I get out of all of the presentations, but […]

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Rule Breaker

Rule Breaker

Here on Anxiety we share a lot of writing rules, whether it’s directly in posts or on our social media pages. Some are ones we’ve heard a million times from a million sources that we either agree or disagree with, […]

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Details & Clichés: Impressions from my Currently-Reading Shelf

Details & Clichés: Impressions from my Currently-Reading Shelf

As I write this blog post, I’m a third of the way through my current read. It’s a middle-grade epic fantasy set in a medieval-like desert-scape narrated from three points of view. Currently, one of the narrators, the Princess Soraya, […]

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Ask the Editor: Thoughts on Beginning Writers

Ask the Editor: Thoughts on Beginning Writers

Today I don’t have a question, per se, but a topic that has been on my mind and which I wanted to talk about. It’s the beginning writer. This will perhaps sound elitist, but when a manuscript turned up in […]

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