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Tag Archives: Donald Maass
By Laura Drake I read a lot about craft. Books, blogs, articles, websites. I’m always looking to improve my craft. I know you are too, or you wouldn’t be reading this. WITS is all about craft. One of my … Continue reading
by Fae Rowen This one isn’t so much a throwdown as a mirror reflecting what keeps us writing. Usually Laura Drake draws the line in the sand first, but today I’m going to talk about inspiration and writing. On Wednesday, … Continue reading
We’re huge Donald Maass fans here at WITS. We’ve got all his books. Mine are dog-eared. He has a way of breaking down critical craft points and making them easy to understand. He’s graciously allowed us to repost a blog … Continue reading
by Jenny Hansen What do you do when you need help with your writing? I don’t mean when you can’t find the right word or phrase…my critique partner, Sharla Rae, did an excellent job of solving that issue in her … Continue reading