Another year, another corpus finished. Well, not technically a corpus, because they’re not thematically related or by a single author, but we’ll go with it. My goal last year was to read almost a book a week. I managed to get to 50 books read for the year, which I’m quite proud of. This included […]
I’m was looking at my catalog of posts on this blog: since January 2012 I’ve posted 59 times (60 if you count this one). In 2013, however, I’ve only posted 5 times (now 6). Why is that? What about this year has made me less public with my writing? In trying to dissect this behavior […]
Over the past two weeks I’ve come across several good pieces of writing advice that I had to share. Part of my desire to share is selfish: I wanted to put these pieces of information in a more permanent place because they’re that good. The first chunk of advice comes from Quora. A 21-year-old man […]
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