Writing: Deconstruction is the sincerest form of learning

    I've had this argument with a friend unfamiliar with the writing process, yet interested in writing, himself: It's not plagiairism to use another writer's framework. Plagiarism is lifting someone else's work verbatim, plonking it down in your own piece without attribution, pretending it's your own. It's not only illegal, but a moral wrong. What's …

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Reading Projects 2018: Muriel Spark read-along

  I love projects. Adore them. Camaraderie with fellow book bloggers is something I've sorely missed; I've been away from it too long. Ladies and gentlemen: Bluestalking is picking up the organizational pace! That blur you just saw out of the corner of your eye? That was me: woman on a mission. Hold onto your bonnet, …

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