1. OtterlySilly

    OtterlySilly New Member

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    Heyo Spaghettios

    Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by OtterlySilly, Sep 3, 2018.

    I've had ideas for a fantasy novel that I'd love to put to words, but realize I need to practice writing to do it any justice. So I'm here to learn how to become a better writer and hopefully make new friends in the process. Nice to meet you all!
     
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  2. I.A. By the Barn

    I.A. By the Barn A very lost time traveller Contributor

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    Nice to meet you too! I hope you can find everything you need here ^^
    If you need any help or want to discuss anything, you can message me ^^
     
  3. Oxymaroon

    Oxymaroon Active Member

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    Still Life with Woodpecker - Tom Robbins
    I read if several lifetimes ago, and the only things I can recall about it was that Seattle has lots of rain and blackberries, and there was a character, an immigrant woman, who said "Oh, oh, spaghetti-o" just like my mother.
    Spaghetti-O's suck, but Tim Robbins and my mother were terrific.
    Advice: To be a good writer, you need to read a lot of good books.
    Not as easy as it sounds, because the world is just chock-a-block with bad books and it keeps getting harder every day to find the ones you need.
    But you know them when you read them.
     
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    Moon De Devil Mon Contributor

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    Your username is glorious and instantly makes me like you. Welcome to the forum, dude.
     
  5. Oxymaroon

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    Well, thank you. I comes 'n' goes.
     

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