Category Archives: Writing Theory

The Potentialities of Distance

Part I – Critique of Pure Judegement What is critical distance and what is its function?  Critical distance is a mental and emotional aspect that gives one just enough distance so that an object can be seen truly.  This state … Continue reading

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Weeding the Garden Analogus to Editing

I have been weeding the garden all day today.  This is a chore that I usually put off until my backyard looks like a jungle.  With gloves in hand, I grabbed my cup and thermos and opened the door to … Continue reading

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What Readers Want

I just ran across a post from Michael J. Martinez [Link] that discusses the pros and cons of self-publishing vs. traditional publishing.  This lead me to Hugh Howey’s post [Link].  Mr. Howey’s post caused me to write this post.  However, … Continue reading

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