Food for Thought. Words of Wisdom.

For several months, I’ve been collecting articles on writing, writers’ perspectives and advice, word usage and etymology, and in general, anything fascinating for me as a writer to peruse. Some are profound; others merely entertaining. I hope you will enjoy these as you continue your literary efforts.

What’s needed is magic: Writing advice from Haruki Murakami

Schadenfreude without Shade

Jamaica Kincaid on How to Live and How to Write

10 Famous Book Hoarders

6 Famous Writers Injured While Writing

Lauren Groff on Blending Research and Imagination in Historical Fiction

This is the Most Bizarre Grammar Rule You Probably Never Heard Of

How Stephen King’s Wife Saved Carrie and Launched His Career

14 Colonial-Era Slang Terms to Work Into Modern Conversation

8 Great Novels That Take Place Over the Course of a Day

25 Words That Don’t Mean What They Used To

The Notorious Legends and Dubious Stories of 10 Literary Deaths

Just as you would at a buffet, pick and choose what pleases you. Keep dreaming and keep writing.

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