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When to Let Go of Your Original Inspiration

photo adapted / Horia Varlan Each time Ann Patchett writes a novel, she sets a fresh challenge that will ensure her growth as a writer. At the time she said this—2002—she was explaining her decision to assemble a group of characters that must overcome a peril, even though none of …

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CRAZY SESSION AT CHARM CITY!

I met up with Nate again and also some other friends and we rode and had a crazy session at Charm City Skatepark in Baltimore! It was such a good time and I was stoked to finally take double… source

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Passionfruit Mousse Cake With Strawberries

Hi everyone; happy Wednesday!Sharing the recipe for a juicy and so delicious passionfruit mousse cake; the cake is made with a simple vanilla cake layer; I just make a jelly roll cake, and the cake is filled with strawberries and passionfruit mousse and it is just so good! I added marzipan …

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Seafood Festivals: 11 Destinations for 2019:

If you’re looking for a food experience with a difference this year, try heading to a seafood festival championing the local catch and flavours of the sea. Whether on the windswept coast of Galway in Ireland on the Kentish coast in the UK or in spectacular New South Wales in …

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Hairspray (1988)

It’s Baltimore, 1962, and rebellious “pleasantly plump” teenager with the biggest bouffant on the block, Tracy hopes to be one of the featured stars on a popular … source

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How to Find Inspiration—Fiction Therapy

Whether you’re wondering what happens next in your story, want to write your first novel, or are about to start on the next instalment of your long-running series, there are always times when you’ll need inspiration. And it is often surprisingly close by. ‘Be observant,’ said the dramatist, Lajos Egri, …

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