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Give a "shout out" to a fellow WEbooker's awesome project.
Posted: 10/25/2009 5:07 PM PST
new submission by SEdentatus
Posted: 10/23/2009 6:33 PM PDT
new submission by CHVolkoff
Posted: 10/21/2009 9:11 PM PDT
New submission by Awix
Posted: 10/20/2009 10:01 PM PDT
and thanks to janetgrimes for the new submission
Posted: 10/19/2009 9:46 PM PDT
I just wanted to thank the two amazing people who posted their opinion in my new project "What Makes True Writing". Thanks so much addiereed and Aphorism for posting your opinions on what you think your opinion of what True Writing is.
To anyone else take a look. So far we only have three submissions but they're really good and I think you'll enjoy both posting in it and reading it.
Here's the brief overview just so you get an idea of what it's about:
What makes "plain writing" "true writing"? Is it grammar or the plot? The characters or the author? Is it the story behind the story? Does "true writing" have standards? If so what are they?
But the biggest question is, are humans that are so unperfect and blind to many things of the world still be capable of making "true writing"? Can true writing be captured like a picture or a painting? Can it be created or preserved? What is "true writing"?