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Ghost Tweeting Isn’t the End of the World, I Swear

Friday, March 27th, 2009

If all else fails, you can be a ghost tweeter. Assuming it’s about time management and not literacy, or lack thereof, celebrities, politicians, and other high profile personalities are hiring writers to tweet for them on Twitter. Hey, work is work. And it prevents Britney Spears from tweeting about how cute it is her kids […]

Duotrope: The Anti-Writer’s Market

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Not to disparage a fine in-print tradition, but I’m fairly certain published writers tell other aspiring writers to pick up a copy of the latest Writer’s Market tome as some sort of initiation process. They slyly (forgive the adverb) hide their snickers and contempt of potential competition by directing the uninitiated to wade through a […]

Perfecting Prose Rhythm and Pacing

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Past perfect tense and passive voice have their places within the structures of the English language. Generally, those places are under the stairs or in the attic, in boxes, on shelves, way behind the adverbs. Key point: The more verbs used, the higher the chance for confusion, the higher the chance your prose is too […]


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