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I don't know how much I'll have to add. I've been writing lots of guff for a long time - stories, some poetry. I've submitted a few things to magazines and the acceptance rate has been pretty low. So low that even calling it an acceptance rate exaggerates the situation.

Anyway - I've got to a point now where I'm starting to feel I'd quite like to talk about ... writing. And to see other peoples thoughts on ... issues.

So - Hi!
 

PiP

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Hey Lazybones and welcome to WF. Love the username! I set you a challenge to join the WF National Flash Fiction Day Challenge.
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come on don't be shy :)
 

vranger

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Hello

I don't know how much I'll have to add. I've been writing lots of guff for a long time - stories, some poetry. I've submitted a few things to magazines and the acceptance rate has been pretty low. So low that even calling it an acceptance rate exaggerates the situation.

Anyway - I've got to a point now where I'm starting to feel I'd quite like to talk about ... writing. And to see other peoples thoughts on ... issues.

So - Hi!
It sounds like you're on every author's journey. :) You'll find plenty of people here to commiserate and brainstorm with. I've been in a lot of communities online, and this one ranks very, very high. Enjoy.
 

TheMightyAz

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Discussing writing is a great way of solidifying your commitment to it. The more you discuss and provide examples for critique, the more you 'feel' like a writer. You also grow a very thick skin, a must for any writer.

I think you can do better than this, Az. 'very' really ...? I'd lose that. It adds nothing to the writing.
 
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