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“The mind travels faster than the pen; consequently, writing becomes a question of learning to make occasional wing shots, bringing down the bird of thought as it flashes by. A writer is a gunner, sometimes waiting in the blind for something to come in, sometimes roaming the countryside hoping to scare something up.”
― E.B. White, The Elements of Style
I'd write down phrases in pen as they came to mind. Not so much lately. I hope that comes back.
Who would've guessed E.B. White was a hunter?! It's a sound quote, though. Reminds of how the just start writing and it will come theory is true only most of the time.
I needed to hear that quote. Yes, my mind travels much faster than my ability to take notes that are easy to read. I don’t know how many times I have scribbled notes for a hub only to come back five minutes later and not be able to read what I wrote.
by Kenna McHugh3 weeks ago
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by Kenna McHugh3 months ago
“Never call a stomach a tummy without good reason.” ― William Strunk Jr., The Elements of Style
by J.T.9 years ago
I´ve spend some time here at hubpages reading about writing jobs, and many of them talk about getafreelancer, as a good site, but i´m not sure how it works, do you have to be a genius writer to make some money there...
by JamesPoppell6 years ago
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