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Can Artists Change the World?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Emilie Peck Sep 23, 2013. 11 Replies

Do you think that artists have the ability to change the world through their work?Continue

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"My horror web serials is now published by Juke Pop Serials! :) Chronicles of the Claus http://www.jukepop.com/home/read/2292"
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Horror Writers

Stuck on how to lay the final stab? Worried your bad guy isn't as antagonistic as he needs to be? Come here and share tips, help other authors and critique stories all of the horror genre.
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Carrie Ann Golden liked Michelle Wingo's group Horror Writers
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Marian Evans replied to the discussion 'Blog to eBook?' in the group EPublishing
"No. But there are lots of people here who know lots, wonderful resources! :-)"
Mar 30
Carrie Ann Golden replied to the discussion 'Blog to eBook?' in the group EPublishing
"I keep several blogs; one especially used for a horror story/serial.  I haven't published anything in the ebook format yet. I'm seriously considering it though; am not sure which venue to use (Lulu, Smashwords, etc.).  Any…"
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Marian Evans replied to the discussion 'Blog to eBook?' in the group EPublishing
"Yes I did that with Hemingway's and am very glad I did. It was an experiment in media convergence and I didn't try hard for readers, but it gave me a sense of having made a significant step forward and this is the year I will…"
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Blog to eBook?

Does anyone here write their fiction/serial via blog/web initially before publishing on eBook?CarrieSee More
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EPublishing

For authors and publishers working in any of the myriad of e-book formats to gather and share resources.
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Great vs. Mediocre Writers

What separate great writers from the rest?    Is talent alone enough?I used to think that one needs to be incredibly talented to be considered “great” or to reach your dream (whether it be to get your book published or see that novel included in the coveted New York Times Best Seller’s List).Over time I learned that this wasn’t really true.Once more I see similarities between athletes and writers.  How can…See More
Nov 23, 2013
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Nov 5, 2013
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Writers Are Like Athletes

What can we learn from athletes that would enable us to become better writers?  You’d be surprised.1. Athletes train consistently to become better, faster, more proficient competitors.  For writers, we need to write daily, often in order to improve the craft, our skills.2. Athletes test themselves by competing.  Writers submit to see their work published.3. Athletes occasionally suffer from injuries.  Writers name your poison (aka writer’s block for instance).4. Believe it or not, athletes need…See More
Nov 5, 2013
Emilie Peck replied to the discussion 'Can Artists Change the World?'
"I'm rather late in responding, but I love Da Vinci, too. The massage school I attended many years ago had several prints featuring his work on the walls, including an amazing one of a baby still in the womb. It's an amazing piece, and it…"
Sep 23, 2013
Lorraine Currelley replied to the discussion 'Can Artists Change the World?'
"Yes! I believe we can use our talents and gifts as catalysts for positive change. "
Aug 30, 2013
Callie Carling replied to the discussion 'Can Artists Change the World?'
"Oh ABSOLUTELY! Emilie's response was pretty much along my initial thoughts : Leondardo Da Vinci's anatomical wonders changed medicine and our lives!"
Aug 28, 2013
Callie Carling liked Carrie Ann Golden's discussion Can Artists Change the World?
Aug 28, 2013

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Who I am:
Web/fiction writer, screenwriter and occasionally a poet.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
http://awriteradolescentmuse.wordpress.com
@cagolden71
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
Hope Falls
Eternal Bond
Storms of the Heart
Help! I'm Addicted to Daydreaming!
Media outlets that I currently write for:
Motionpoems (as a citizen journalist)
My writing is:
Fiction, Poetry, Plays, Blog Posts, Screenwriting
Services I offer to other writers:
Interview and guest post opportunities at:
http://adolescentmuse.wordpress.com/ (aka Artistic Crossroads)
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At 4:45pm on March 24, 2013, Elisabeth Lohninger said…

Hi Carrie Ann

Thank you for the friend request. Looking forward to many interesting communications. 

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Elisabeth Lohninger

At 8:53pm on November 9, 2012, Meg Waite Clayton said…

Erica, Delighted to have you in the novelist group. If you haven’t done so already, you might introduce yourself by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion.

We do a live chat at 1 EST on the first Wednesdays of each month, with instructions on how to participate in the "Our Water Cooler" box near the top of the group page. And we save the wall for discussion, but welcome links to helpful blog posts on the “Links to Helpful Blog Posts for Writers” discussion thread and to published books in the “Our Published Novels” one.

I hope you’ll enjoy the group.

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Author of The Wednesday Sisters (a nationally bestselling writing group novel) and the forthcoming The Wednesday Daughters (Random House/Ballantine)

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Hi and let me be one of the first to welcome you to Shewrites.  This is a terrific site, tons of resources and innovative info.  As my own bonus, you have access to my teaching site and free teachings on memoir.  Just click here and sign up.  No spam, I promise.  Just great teaching tips.  Enjoy!  XO Jennifer

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At 12:24pm on October 14, 2012, Zetta Brown said…

Hi Erica!

Welcome to the Southern Writers group. First, please visit our "Kitchen Sink" discussion to get into the swing of things. Also, be sure to introduce yourself on the "Roll Call" discussion, and then just jump in and do what you like. Start a discussion, ask questions, or just tell us what you've been up to. We're a casual, friendly bunch! :)

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Great vs. Mediocre Writers

Posted on November 23, 2013 at 8:16pm 0 Comments

peytonmanning What separate great writers from the rest?    Is talent alone enough?

I used to think that one needs to be incredibly talented to be considered “great” or to reach your dream (whether it be to get your book published or see that novel included in the coveted New York Times Best Seller’s List).

Over time I learned that this wasn’t really…

Continue

Writers Are Like Athletes

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 12:08pm 0 Comments

What can we learn from athletes that would enable us to become better writers?  You’d be surprised.

1. Athletes train consistently to become better, faster, more proficient competitors.  For writers, we need to write daily, often in order to improve the craft, our skills.

2. Athletes test themselves by competing.  Writers submit to see their work published.

3. Athletes occasionally suffer from injuries.  Writers name your poison (aka writer’s block for…

Continue

Believe

Posted on April 14, 2013 at 1:41pm 0 Comments

Do you believe in fairy tales and happy endings?

Do you believe in true love and soul mates?

Do you believe in fate or free choice?

Do you believe in a god or in man?  Or, even both?

Do you believe in yourself?…

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The Door

Posted on March 24, 2013 at 1:01pm 0 Comments

door-ajar As an artist (writer), I have a thing for zombies; stories about man’s hopeless plight against the flesh-hungry once-humans only to succumb (to the virus or become food) themselves.  Other stories like The Road,  John Carpenter’s The Thing,  or even Final Destination where humans battle (whether it be a post apocalyptic world, or an otherworldly creature, or the…

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