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Things Your Inner-Editor Needs to Hear You Say

You know your inner-editor.

He or she interrupts your creativity to tell you that you’ve misplaced a comma, or that you’ve used the wrong version of the word two. At the rigWriting-Computers-and coffeeht time, your inner-editor can enhance your writing. But sometimes you need to have a few words with that persistent punctuation pesterer and send them out for a latte so that you can get some work done.

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What Difference Do Your Words Make?

 

In my last post, I said words are alive, and what writers do matters. I believe this. But others could say it’s simply my opinion. I won’t argue. I will present a few people, both past and present, which are also quite opinionated about words and writers. Below each quote are a few humble comments of my own.

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“If I read a book and it makes my whole body so cold no fire can warm me,

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