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Can They Really Teach Me How to Write? « In Fear of Blank Pages

Sometimes writing advice is just what we need to hone our craft, but often it’s white noise, the multitude of the voices rendering a new writer helpless. The usefulness of writing advice depends on three things: the writer, the advice, and the person giving the advice.

The Advice

For advice to be useful, it must first be good. This might sound like...

Address Book - New Features - Mac OSX Lion

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elk1521 elk1521 says:
How can I get back my addresses? My address book comes up with just a blank page.?
staciesweet says:
I seems alot of people are talking about faults with yahoo mail this morning. And like you- I cannot get my address window to show either. Yahoo from time to time has experienced some malfunctions...

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19, 2 p.m. Where: Prosser Public Library Community Room. Special paper based crafts can be made, or bring your own blank pages, photos, adhesives, scissors and memorabilia to a do it yourself scrapbooking time. The library will supply decorative papers

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Genre Be Damned

OVER THE COURSE of three novels, Ivy Pochoda has ranged fearlessly through genres, landscapes, and psychologies. Her latest, Wonder Valley, is a gripping, gritty, and deeply humane novel of flights and collisions, rich with the profound mistakes and

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Gauguin gave a copy of the unillustrated manuscript to his friend the symbolist poet Charles Morice to work on, but Morice had not yet finished his part of the book when Gauguin left for Tahiti for the last time. On his departure, Gauguin took the

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On the morning of my birthday this past October, I began reading the first few pages of the book, Oranges, by John McPhee. In the world of nonfiction, it's a classic. A couple of lines jumped out at me as my eyes hopped over these words: “Citrus does