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“Fruitful Miracle”

Please help KWD grow by sharing:  https://karinwritesdangerously.com “The joy that you give to others is the joy that comes back to you.”    John Greenleaf     Whittier “Reading is that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of solitude.”   Marcel … Continue reading

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Sweetly Tuned

“Violin strings, as you know, will snap if they are too tense, or taut, and yet if to loose they are of no use to the violin. “The normal and natural condition for a person is to neither be tuned … Continue reading

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Rhythmic Writing

Poet, playwright, Grand Slam Champ, and teacher extraordinaire reg e gaines is in love with words and his enthusiasm is infectious.  Spending an evening with him at a Write Group workshop is always great fun, equal parts inspiring and challenging. … Continue reading

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Something Wonderful

As we relax and restore ourselves, here is a lovely passage from Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows to delight and refresh us all: “He thought his happiness was complete when, as he meandered aimlessly along, suddenly he stood … Continue reading

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Pleasing Patterns

“Writers are in the music business.” Don Murray “A story can be wrecked by a faulty rhythm in a sentence — especially if it occurs toward the end — or a mistake in paragraphing, even punctuation.” Truman Capote Our inner … Continue reading

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Rockin’ Rhythms

“Writers are in the music business.” Don Murray We’re in the music business — how true! Just think of authors you truly adore and it’s more than likely that one of the qualities that attracts and holds your attention is … Continue reading

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