Tag Archives: Throwdown

Throwdown Part 2: Write What You Don’t Know

by Fae Rowen When Laura Drake originally suggested this topic months ago  I knew I would be on the “don’t know” end of the throwdown.  Everyone else at Writers in the Storm writes about what they know.  With Sharla Rae’s … Continue reading

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6 Key Lessons I’ve Learned From Horses: The Three T’s – Tools, Techniques & Time

 By D. A. Watt In my two previous blogs, I covered three other key lessons I’ve learned from horses; Attitude, Knowledge, and Imagination. Notice, talent is not included in my title. It’s not about talent; it’s about the three T’s of … Continue reading

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Sweat Equity: Perspiration vs. Inspiration in Writing

By Laura Drake On Monday, our own Fae Rowen took on the Inspiration half of this discussion, brilliantly. You can read it here. When this throwdown was first suggested, all the WITS Bloggers assumed I’d take the Sweaty side. I … Continue reading

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Inspiration vs Perspiration in Writing

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

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