If prewriting is the pregame strategy session, step two of the writing process — drafting or writing — is the mad rush onto the field. After all of the film watching and play designing and planning, it’s time to let it all out. draft·ing (verb): the second stage of the writing process during which aContinue reading “Step 2: Now It’s Time To Write”
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The Power of the (Red) Pen
“To write is human, to edit is divine.” -Stephen King When I was in school, there was nothing I hated more than the red pen. Teachers would use it to correct mistakes on your paper and make suggestions. As a perfectionist, I attributed any red marks to failure, which was not high on my to-doContinue reading “The Power of the (Red) Pen”
Writing. It’s something we all learned to do at an early age, but some people are more adept at it than others. If you’re trying to improve your writing, here are a few tips I’ve picked up since I started writing at age 3. 🙂 Write often. Then write some more. It’s amazing how much moreContinue reading “On Writing…”
“The scariest moment is always just before you start.” –Stephen King What do you need to start? Jaime Join the conversation:
What’s your riddle?
You know, the one that’s still stumping you, no matter how hard you try to solve it. That puzzle you keep turning over in your mind like a Rubik’s Cube, knowing there’s a solution out there somewhere. What’s your riddle? Continue reading “What’s your riddle?”