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  • Started by Emily Lackey
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    This is what I don't understand. How does one become a writer? And when do you bec...leave in due time. If that doesn't work, try the toilet, or in French, ca'mode. Toilet or Ca'mode means to refresh the body, wh...
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  • I understand Carrie. I hate being interrupted by life. But that's the way it is, so I...y sets in, and I have to deal with that. It is hard to get back in the writing mode. By the time you do, then her...
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    Last reply by E. A. Hennessy
    This is what I don't understand. How does one become a writer? And when do you bec...leave in due time. If that doesn't work, try the toilet, or in French, ca'mode. Toilet or Ca'mode means to refresh the body, wh...
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  • I’ve just read all the comments here with my hands shaking and my stomach churning the...held about my mother and my own origins since childhood. Hmm, yup, whiny brat mode achieved… but seriously, I th...
  • This resonated with me completely, Cindy!  In order to "be a real writer," I had to qu...is month!) or whatever the latest request was.  Now that I'm in full promotion mode with my first novel, I've eve...
  • Sian - as someone who grew up in a home full of addiction and all the dysfunction that...mpanies it, I get that instinctive urge to label your feelings as "whiny brat" mode, but I think your points are...