Decisions, Consequences, and the Action-Reaction Cycle — Both in Writing and Life

It seems a silly thing, the idea that we must be reminded of something we learn at a young age over and over again until we’re old and (supposedly) wise. Newton’s third law lays out the concept I speak of in simple terms — and it’s a law we’re taught to memorize before we’ve reachedContinue reading “Decisions, Consequences, and the Action-Reaction Cycle — Both in Writing and Life”

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Every Author’s Voice is Shaped by Listening

“The reason why we have two ears and only one mouth is so we might listen more and talk less.” – Diogenes Laertius, Lives of Eminent Philosophers, 7.1.23 When you think of a writer, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? A pen? Paper? Computer? A dark room with an oak desk? Glasses, perhaps? The stereotypeContinue reading “Every Author’s Voice is Shaped by Listening”