Goosebumps because anyone who writes cannot be without a trace of love

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“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
Dr. Seuss

We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

I am baffled about all the love in the writing community. I have come to the conclusion anyone who writes cannot be without a trace of love.

Of course…

Storytelling frameworks plus publishing industry data, pages, words count, and percentages

Harry Potter Lego in a rope. 2 Simple Story Structure You May Use to Write Your First Novel 15 Easy beats and 14 signposts plus publishing industry data, pages, words count, and percentages
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“Feeling tells you what you want to say. Technique gives you tools with which to say it.”
― Dwight V. Swain

Writing a novel is doable anytime in our lifetime because with enough willpower, grit, and tools, it is up to us. You got the willpower and grit. …

Unleash the power of your story using the superstructure’s fourteen signposts, a dissection to reverse engineer the book

Katniss Everdeen volunteers for the Hunger Games saving Prim
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When I watched The Hunger Games movie, I fell in love with it. I felt it was very faithful to the book and a superb adaptation, even though the latter is still better.

Yes, it is by far.

It’s mainly because of the first-person point of view that the movie…

But it is not the usual honesty with readers but yourself

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That's it, I thought. In a recent reply to a fellow writer on this platform, who felt moved for a piece of my writing.

The exchange of ideas let me see that honesty when writing is paramount.

But it is not the usual honesty with readers.

It is honesty with…

Is it to feel? Is it the elegant use of language? or is it the simpler, the better?

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We would love to know because that would ensure success. Not even close, because the best prose sometimes is unpopular.

But it is wrong to believe readers don't know what is good. On the contrary, readers know what they like without knowing why.

It is frustrating to find our writing…

Thank you, A.H. your comment made my day. When I read it first, I was with a friend. I showed your comment because I find it inspiring and energizing. The writing community is love. You know? To reply, I reread the story to sync the right state of mind because I find it challenging to write moving pieces. That is why I am happy it made you feel, and you even bookmarked it. I am trying to develop my craft to write in that fashion more freely and constantly. I believe the key is honesty when writing.

Pseudonymity, decentralization, immutability, and Trustless

Woman holding two Bitcoin representations in her eyes. What is Bitcoin?
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“Privacy is the foundation of free societies.”
Don Tapscott, Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin Is Changing Money, Business, and the World

Bitcoin is a Cryptocurrency allowing protection of privacy. It embodies the Cypherpunk and Libertarian ideals.

It is a digital shapeless currency born out of computer science…

The high way of writing is telling without telling

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“After another moment’s silence, she mumbled that I was peculiar, that that was probably why she loved me but that one day I might disgust her for the very same reason.”
Albert Camus, The Stranger

We write to tell something. That is the common consensus I read. …

J.E. Guzman

Writing and sharing notes and tips I learn by doing my writing. You might end up giving better use to the tips and notes than I do. M.Fin. & MBA.

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