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Derfder is my name ;)


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comment Rhythm in the following passage
Is this from the first page of your manuscript?
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comment Where to check the income of the most famous US fiction writers?
@BlessedGeek I need that for one project in my school.
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asked Where to check the income of the most famous US fiction writers?
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accepted Ways to speed up my writing to 15 - 20 pages a day
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accepted 1st person story, but the main character will die in the end and some of the story needs to be told after his death. How to solve this problem?
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asked 1st person story, but the main character will die in the end and some of the story needs to be told after his death. How to solve this problem?
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comment Ways to speed up my writing to 15 - 20 pages a day
My main reason is to be more productive ;). And by "productive" I mean more thoughts, more mistakes, more ideas, more "everything". I believe that learning from your own experience is the most accurate for the way how my brain works. I think that if I speed up my writing then I automatically force my brain to work with my thoughts faster too. Like a juggler who can after a while juggle 5 or even 7 balls because his muscle memory and brain exposed to the everyday physical drill.
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asked Ways to speed up my writing to 15 - 20 pages a day
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comment Tips for writing sentences like a native speaker
I think that PBS tunein.com/radio/PBS-Newshour-p47926 and NPR npr.org/player/v2/… are probably your best bet when you don't want listen to squeaky jingles and a lot of advertisement . As far as I know PBS and NPR are the only networks thata are not exclusively funded by commercials (except college radio/tv stations, of course). NPR & PBS are funded by public too and not exclusively from commercials, so therefor less "agressive" and "tabloid". E.g. I cannot stand how "obnoxious" anchors from FOX, CNN are for me (I am from Europe).
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