Welcome to Write Club

Posted: February 21, 2011 in graffiti living
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Welcome to Write Club. The first rule of Write Club is: you do not talk about Write Club. The second rule of Write Club is: you DO NOT talk about Write Club! Third rule of Write Club: if someone yells “stop!”, goes limp, or types out, the write is over. Fourth rule: only two pens to a write. Fifth rule: one write at a time, fellas. Sixth rule: the writes are bare knuckle. No shit, no adverbs, no cliches. Seventh rule: writes will go on as long as they have to. And the eighth and final rule: if this is your first time at Write Club, you have to WRITE!

Nanowrimo Boot Camp

Nanowrimo is great fun. There’s a successful method that I tend to use that I’ve refined over the years, but it isn’t for the squeamish. Here are some quick tips and dirty tricks to help get you through the month.
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Find Your Spark

It has roots in myth and magick. From shamans walking between worlds and stealing fire from the gods, to writers hunched over their typewriters at four in the morning.
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How to Sit With Your Novel

Time passes. It is going to pass no matter what you do. So, you may as well spend it in the company of your novel. Take time out of your busy schedule to sit with your novel.
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Get into the Groove

Figure out how to play scratched vinyl, and not only will your ears love you, but you have a useful working metaphor for how to find your own groove when writing.
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