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Writing Antifreeze: Word and Phrase Menus
Posted on May 27, 2011 by writersinthestorm
By Sharla Rae We’ve all experienced brain freeze and no, I don’t mean writers’ block. Writers’ block is when you don’t know what comes next in the story or you’ve written yourself into a corner and can’t find a way … Continue reading →
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