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    How to drive your author insane

    by  • September 24, 2013 • authors, editing, muse • 2 Comments

      To drive your author insane, all you need to do is keep sending revision notes over and over for at least one year. After a year has passed, tell her she is “so close” to be finished, if only she’d “go deeper.” This will cause your author to scream, cry, doubt she can...

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    Summertime Writer’s Blues

    by  • July 19, 2011 • authors, DIY, writing • 0 Comments

    With just 37 hours to go the Amsterdam Project needs only $600 to make their goal and get their project off the ground. Please, support DIY and Medusa’s Muse authors. Go to the Kickstarter page to make your pledge. If everyone just gave a buck, the Amsterdam Project would be green-lighted. —————————————————————————————————————————– Today is...

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    Happy Birthday Jane Austen!!!!!!

    by  • December 16, 2009 • authors, muses • 0 Comments

    Today is Jane Austen’s birthday and I’m celebrating by re-reading Sense and Sensibility, one of my favorite books written by one of my all time favorite writers. Jane Austen was highly successful in her time, despite the fact she was a woman and a spinster, and her work has resonated with people for 200...

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    Rejection

    by  • August 14, 2009 • authors, writing • 0 Comments

    Rejection. There’s nothing that stings so sharply. From the time you were a kid and none of the other kids would play with you, to the Jr Prom when your date ditched you for someone more popular, rejection has been bruising our egos. If you decide to become an artist, you will be dancing...

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    Happy Birthday, Dr. Hunter S Thompson

    by  • July 19, 2009 • authors, muses • 0 Comments

    A Muse of my Muse, the good Dr. Thompson. A man who danced on the edge of the cliff singing loud Puerto Rican songs with a glass of scotch in one hand and a pistol in the other. Insane, destructive, beautiful, and extremely talented. Let us all raise a toast to a true original....

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