Some Recent Articles of Interest to Writers

Precession of a gyroscope

Precession of a gyroscope (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A gyroscope keeps its rotation axis constant. ...

A gyroscope keeps its rotation axis constant. Therefore, angles measured in this frame are equivalent to angles measured in the lab frame (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

These are all dead on, IMHO. Worth reading if you’re serious … and committed. God knows the serious and committed among writers should be “committed” (terrible pun!) on some days after several hours of lonely toil at the craft.  Intelligent pieces like these help us keep our perspective and reset our gyroscopes.

“How Writers Interact with the World” http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/04/22/how-writers-interact-with-the-world/?smid=pl-share

“How Memoirists Mold the Truth” http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/04/06/how-memoirists-mold-the-truth/?smid=pl-share

“We Are What We Quote” http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/03/02/we-are-what-we-quote/?smid=pl-share

About Margaret Jean Langstaff

A lifelong critical reader with literary tastes, a novelist, short story writer, essayist, book critic, and professional book editor for many years. A consultant to publishers and authors, providing manuscript critiques and a full range of editorial services. A friend and supporter of all other readers and writers. A collector of signed modern first editions. Animal lover and tree hugger.
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2 Responses to Some Recent Articles of Interest to Writers

  1. I really treasure your work , Great post.

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