Thursday, December 7, 2017

Happy Holidays December Cash + Books Giveaway

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Announcing my Happy Holidays December Giveaway!

I always feel gratitude for the readers who spend some of their valuable time with my stories. But this time of year always make me especially grateful that I get to do what I love: write and share stories.


Without further ado, I announce my December giveaway. This one is special because the first prize is some cool cash to help with holiday expenses. The second prize is pretty cool too: a copy of my latest audiobook, H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS, narrated by the talented actor Dylan White.



So enter early and enter often! :-) Good luck and winners will be chosen on 12/19 so stay tuned.



Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Writer Wednesday: Acting Professional by Randy Ingermanson

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I can’t believe it’s December, y’all! And that means that in less than a month, it will be time for PENuary. In support of encouraging better writing habits—for myself as well as other writers who struggle to maintain consistency—I’m working to re-establish my Writer Wednesday habit here on the blog. If you’re a writer, check in on Wednesdays for writing and marketing tips as well as writer inspiration.

Today I’m sharing a post for writers written by Randy Ingermanson (credit and links to his website below the article). If you don’t already subscribe to Randy’s E-Zine, I highly recommend it. His newsletters always contain useful tips for writers.

There are many aspects of marketing, but in this article, Randy succinctly pinpointed an issue that all writers need to take to heart: Professionalism. And he has three easy, highly actionable tips to improve your writer professionalism.


Marketing: Acting Professional

I went to my first writing conference in the summer of 1989. That was life-changing for me. Up till then, I didn’t know any authors. Or editors. Or agents. I met a few of each at that first conference, and some of them have been part of my life ever since.
The talk that had the most impact on me at that conference had a very simple message: “Be professional.” 
The author who gave the talk said a lot of things I don’t remember, but I do remember her repeating that simple phrase. “Be professional.” And I remember that she translated it into actions. “Being professional” really boils down to “acting professional.”
She wasn’t talking about being phony. There are writers out there who talk a big talk but aren’t actually doing much writing and certainly aren’t professional.
She was talking about behaving in a way that marks you out as a serious writer who will someday be a professional writer, even if you aren’t there yet and aren’t making any money. Writers who start out right tend to end up right. That’s just the way it is.
Back in those days, “acting professional” included getting some expensive letterhead paper for correspondence with editors. I dutifully went out and bought a ream of high-quality paper and spent some time creating an electronic template that would make a nice letterhead when printed. I even used it a few times. But I’d bet I’ve still got 480 sheets out of the original 500. Times have moved on, and nobody needs letterhead anymore. 
So what can a writer do that will fit the description of “acting professional” these days? I don’t want to overwhelm you with a long list, so I’ll keep this short.
Here are three things for starters.

Set up a Writing Budget

Very early on in my writing career, I realized that it takes money to make money. In those days, going to writing conferences was essential, and conferences cost money. I didn’t have a lot of cash, but I began setting aside $15 every month. That was money that I could spend on my writing, no questions asked.
The amount you budget is less important than the fact that you’re doing it. 
Having a writing budget means that you are serious about this writing thing. It means that you’re telling the rest of your family that this is important to you, it has value, and it has a cost. It also means that when it comes time to buy something you need for your writing, you don’t have to fight about it with anyone. You just take the money out of the pot you’ve already set aside.

Own Your Domain

Your “domain” here means the domain for your web site. You may not need a web site yet. You may not need one for several years.
But eventually, if and when you start getting your work published, you’ll need a domain for your web site. And it won’t be fun to discover that the domain you had in mind just got bought by a porn star who happens to have your same name. It can happen. It did happen to a writer I know.
You don’t buy a domain name; you rent it. You pay an annual fee to a domain registration site (for example GoDaddy.com or one of the many other sites that let you register a domain). 
It’s not terribly expensive to rent a domain. Figure around $10 per year. You just need to keep paying it every year without lapsing. It’s easy to set up an auto-renewal for your domain so it keeps renewing every year.
Ideally, your domain name should be your author name or something as close as you can get to your author name. 
But you need to be careful here. If your name is hard to spell (say your last name is Umstattd), then you’ll catch a lot of grief from people who can’t spell your name, which is almost everyone. In that case, you might want to think about not using your last name in your domain. You might need to get creative here.

Let's say your name is a more common one that's reasonably easy to spell. We'll take Jane Smith, as an example. What domain name should you use? There are a couple of issues to think about.
First, if you create a web site using one of the inexpensive builder tools (for example, Wordpress.com), you should make sure you get a custom domain—not the default Wordpress domain. You don’t want to spend five years building a site at JaneSmith.wordpress.com, and then move it to JaneSmith.com. If you do that, all the links to your old web site will fail.

Second, if your name is extremely common, it might turn out that the domain you want is already taken. If JaneSmith.com is taken, you might have to add a middle initial and make it JaneKSmith.com. Or JaneSmithAuthor.com. Or JaneSmithBooks.com. Generally, with a bit of thinking, you can find a domain that works for you.
With domain names, shorter is better. And it’s nice if you can pass the “radio test,” meaning that if you’re doing an interview on the radio and give out your web site address, people can easily figure out how to spell it. But you can’t always get exactly what you want. Do your best.

Have a Professional E-mail Address


This is easy to do, but it’s where a lot of writers fall down. 
There are two mistakes to make here:
  1. Using an e-mail address with a domain that isn’t yours.
  2. Using an e-mail address that doesn’t have your name in it.
Let’s talk about these in a little more detail. It’s important to get these right, but you need to also do them in the correct order.
First, your domain name. It’s very tempting to use the free e-mail address that comes with your internet service provider. So if you’re using Comcast, then maybe your account is John17@comcast.net
The problem comes five years from now, when you move to a new place and you’re no longer with Comcast. Now maybe you’re using ATT.com or CenturyLink.net or whatever. And suddenly your old e-mail address no longer works.
Now you’ve got five years worth of friends who all have the wrong e-mail address for you. If these include all your editor, agent, and writer friends, you’ve got a problem.
The solution is blindingly simple. If you’ve already nailed down your domain for your future web site, set up an e-mail account that goes with that domain. So if your domain is JaneKSmith.com, set up an email address for yourself as Jane@JaneKSmith.com. Later, if you get a virtual assistant, she might be Camy@JaneKSmith.com. If you add a PR guy, he might be Brad@JaneKSmith.com. Or if you change PR people every six months, maybe the email address they use will just be the generic PR@JaneKSmith.com
Some writers insist that they can’t set up an e-mail address on their own domain yet because it’s too much trouble. So they set up a free account at hotmail or yahoo or gmail or whatever. 
This is not ideal. A hotmail or yahoo email account definitely marks you as an amateur. A gmail account is a step up; it’s perceived as more professional. If you insist on using a gmail account, you still need to make sure that your name is part of your address. 
JaneKSmith@gmail.com is an acceptable e-mail address. If somebody gets an e-mail from that address, they know who sent it.
But imagine getting e-mail from any of these people:
  • Jack1947@gmail.com  (Now we all know what year Jack was born, but he may not want us to know that. Unfortunately, we don’t know his last name, and he probably does want us to know that. Who is this Jack?)
  • JaneAndBillAnd3Cats@gmail.com (This looks like a shared account, which means an e-mail sent to Jane might get read by Bill. Or deleted by Bill. But what happens if Jane and Bill split up next year? Who keeps the e-mail address? And again, who is Jane?)
  • IWrite4Jesus@gmail.com (Great, but who ARE you? And does Jesus know you’re writing for him?)
  • SpaghettiMonsterGuy@gmail.com. (No doubt this is hilariously funny to your five buddies you hung out with in college. However, the rest of us aren’t in on the joke. Also, we have no idea who you are.)
And yes, I’ve seen e-mail addresses similar to each of these, some of them many times. 

Act like a professional. Get an e-mail address that looks like it came from you. (And yes, I know that you can set up your e-mail program to put your name in the “from” line along with your e-mail address. Not everybody does this. Oddly enough, it’s usually the people with unrecognizable e-mail addresses who don’t do this.)

This article is reprinted by permission of the author.
Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson, "the Snowflake Guy," publishes the free monthly Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine, with more than 17,000 readers. If you want to learn the craft and marketing of fiction, AND make your writing more valuable to editors, AND have FUN doing it, visit www.AdvancedFictionWriting.com.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS Audiobook is Here!

Photo by Adam Whitlock via Unsplash

The H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS audiobook is finally available!! Woot, woot!


H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS by Natalie Wright
Wow, this one took a while, but I hope you all are pleased with the great narration by the fabulous Dylan White. His performance is stellar (I particularly love the chapters with the alien U’Vol).

Without further ado, here are the links:

Click this link to purchase the book on Audible

Click this link to purchase the book on Amazon.

Click this link to purchase on iTunes.



Thank you to all of you who have been asking about the audiobook version, and I apologize that it took a while. I hope you enjoy the exciting conclusion to the H.A.L.F. series! 

Monday, November 20, 2017

November Book Giveaway

Just a quick note to let everyone know about an opportunity to win an autographed hardcover copy of my most recent release, H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS! The giveaway is happening over on Goodreads. Just click this link to go to Goodreads to enter*. The winners will also receive an exclusive bag-o-swag with stuff you can’t buy in stores.

Thanks so much for your support of my work and best wishes in the Giveaway!

Watch for a new giveaway in December that will perhaps include something to help fund your holidays ;-)

*NOTE: The Goodreads giveaway is open to residents of U.S. and Canada only.


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Best Tucson Comic-Con Yet!


Halloween is normally a holiday that my household celebrates with gusto. But between my broken foot,


my daughter’s commitment to Inktober (and heavy school workload), we didn’t even put up outdoor decorations for the first time in 15 years!

But we still had a great time hanging out with friends—her in a costume and trick-or-treating, me sitting outside enjoying the cool weather (finally!) and drinking wine.

Now November is here and that means it’s time for Tucson Comic-Con!

This year I’ll have two tables in Artist Alley (Tables 18-19), AND I’ll be on some great author panels. Some local SFWA (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America) got together to create a slate of entertaining and information panels for Tucson Comic-Con attendees.
Come out to Tucson Comic-Con to support Arizona artists, authors, and crafters. And if you attend, make sure you stop by my table to say hi AND attend the panels!

WHAT: Tucson Comic-Con

WHEN: November 3-5

WHERE: Tucson Convention Center

NOTABLE CELEBRITIES:  Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Gates McFadden (Star Trek),  Barry Bostwick (Actor), Michael Winslow (Police Academy), Ming Chen (Podcaster), Karen Ashley (Yellow Power Ranger) and Others

*NATALIE'S PANELS:

SATURDAY, 11/4

12:30-1:20 pm:  “Time Out to Kiss: Building Romance when Bullets Fly & Lasers Fire” (moderated by Natalie Wright with Ed Hoornaert & Kathryn Lance)

SUNDAY, 11/5

1:00-1:50 pm: “Epic Sci-Fi & Fantasy Worlds” (Natalie Wright, KJ Kabza & Kathryn Lance)
3:00-3:50 pm: “Too-Perfect Heroes” (Natalie Wright, Ed Hoornaert, Kathryn Lance & Catherine Wells)

*Please note that the online schedule is incorrect as to Natalie's panels. Natalie WILL be on each of the panels listed above.


Monday, October 16, 2017

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS Audiobook Sample AND Status of Audiobook



H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS ©2017 Natalie Wright
Audiobook Narration by Dylan White
The audiobook version of H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS (H.A.L.F. 3) is on the way. I promise!!

We’ve had some delays in production due to my broken foot, but the narrator has finished recording. The audiobook is now in editing and final production. Yay!!

I know some of you have been waiting for the final audiobook in the series and I sincerely appreciate your enthusiasm for H.A.L.F. I apologize for the delay, but there were unforeseen circumstances that delayed production. I’m thrilled that you look forward to this final book and I can't wait for you to hear it!

As I listen to Dylan’s narration, I’m on the edge of my seat at times —and I wrote it!!

To tide you over (and give those new to the series a preview), I’ve uploaded the first chapter of ORIGINS to Dropbox. You can click the link to have a listen while you wait for the final audiobook to hit stores this month.


Thank you to all who have inquired about the audiobook. It truly will be here soon!


(narrated by Dylan White) (©Natalie Wright, 2017)


Later this week, check back to the blog for my review of Blade Runner 2049 and announcements about upcoming appearance dates.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

WINNERS ANNOUNCED in H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS Mega Giveaway

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS by Natalie Wright


Wow! The release giveaway for H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS got over 9,000 entries! Thank you to all who participated and shared to spread the word. It was a huge success. :-)

And, without further ado, the winners are:

1st Prize:


Audrey Stewart

2nd. Prize:


Brandi Swendt


Watch your email ladies for details on how to claim your prizes.

Poll Results:


One of the ways to enter was to answer a question, and the results are in. 

The question was:

“What would you like my next book to be?”

With over 500 unique votes, 35% of respondents said: 
“I don’t care whether it’s Sci-Fi or Fantasy, so long as it has romance.”

But coming in a close second with 31% of the vote, respondents said:
“One word: Dragons!”
With 22% of the vote, in third place was:
“An epic Sci-Fi saga with spaceships, futuristic tech, and other worlds.”

Pulling in at last place with only 12% of the vote was:
“I don’t care whether it’s Sci-Fi or Fantasy, just NO romance!”

Interesting results. What do you think?

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Happy Birthday H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS!

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash


H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS by Natalie Wright
Woo-hoo!! It’a H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS birthday! Woot, woot!

To celebrate, I’m kicking off a month of gift giving because every birthday party needs presents.  

And cake, of course. *licks cake frosting from lips*

I’ll announce other opportunities to get in on free stuff, but I’m not saving best for last. I’m starting with the ORIGINS Mega Giveaway. This one is super simple. Rafflecopter will do most of the work for both of us. All you have to do is enter below.

I’m super excited for you all to read ORIGINS. Not only is it my best book yet, but I’m dying to have people to talk to about the book! The twists, turns and “didn’t see that coming” ending.

See. I can hardly keep my mouth shut.

If you haven’t viewed the book’s webpage, you can do that here. On that page you can read the description, check out the trailer, and hear what book critics have to say. The page also contains all purchase links currently available.

Now what are you waiting for, enter the Mega Giveaway!


Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Teaser Tuesday:

When writing a series, the story generally changes significantly from beginning to end. I began writing the H.A.L.F. series in 2010! That's seven year's worth of life, experiences and changes in my thinking!

One of the beautiful surprises was the strength of the friendship between Erika and Ian. Their friendship was sorely tested in book two, The Makers. Book 3, ORIGINS, is no walk in the park for them either.

Will their friendship survive the trials of an alien invasion?




H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS (H.A.L.F. 3) arrives in stores August 24, 2017. If you haven’t yet read book 1 (The Deep Beneath), you can get a FREE copy by subscribing to my newsletter. You can purchase books one and two (The Makers) in the Kindle store. And you can Pre-Order ORIGINS here.


Monday, August 14, 2017

Take the Pic and Win Some Dough: Where in the World is H.A.L.F.?


H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS by Natalie Wright
Photo by Lisheng Chang via Unsplash

What’s better than the release of a book you’ve been waiting for?

Winning money!

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS is nearly here! I’m kicking off a month-long celebration of the final installment in the H.A.L.F. series with a new contest.

Grab your copy of any book in the H.A.L.F. series and show us “Where in the World is H.A.L.F.?”

This contest is super simple. All you have to do is snap a photo of any of the H.A.L.F. books anywhere. Maybe you’re eating breakfast with H.A.L.F. at a cafe. Or reading by the sea. Perhaps H.A.L.F. is tucked into your backpack to sneak some reading during a break in the school day.

Does H.A.L.F. ride horses?! Or in cars, trucks, golf carts or semi trucks?

Get creative and show us your world. Read the rules then scroll to the bottom of the post to see what you can win and official contest rules.

HOW THE CONTEST WORKS:

H.A.L.F.: The Makers by Natalie Wright
1. Take a photo of one or more copies of the H.A.L.F. series in any location. It doesn’t have to be a paperback or hardcover. The audiobook and e-Book versions of H.A.L.F. travel the world as well. Simply pull up the cover of your copy on your device and snap a pic.

2. Once you’ve got the perfect shot, it’s time to share it with the world. Simply post the photo on one of these three sites and make sure you mention me:
  • Instagram     (@NatalieWrightAuthor)
  • Facebook     (@NatalieWright, Author)
  • Twitter          (@NatalieWright_)


IMPORTANT: Make sure you #hashtag it and mention me. 

OFFICIAL CONTEST HASHTAGS:

#HALFCONTEST
#ORIGINS
#WHEREISHALF

DEADLINE:

Deadline to enter is September 1, 2017Winners will be announced on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook on September 7, 2017.

That’s all there is to it. The Grand Prize winner will be chosen at random from among all entries. We may award up to three (3) Honorable Mentions for entries that are super creative, out-of-the-box and/or in a particularly cool locale.

 WHAT’S THE PRIZE?

GRAND PRIZE (1): One person will win a $50 Amazon gift card + a Kindle copy of any single book I’ve published.

HONORABLE MENTIONS (up to 3): I’ll award up to three (3) Honorable Mentions. Honorable Mention winners will receive a Kindle gift copy of a book I’ve published (winner’s choice).

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS by Natalie Wright
Releases August 24, 2017

OFFICIAL RULES:

1. Must be 13 or older to enter.

2. Photos must be posted no later than September 1, 2017.

3. Photos must be posted on either Instagram, Facebook or Twitter (better yet all three!).

4. Photos must contain the cover (either digital book, audiobook, paperback or hardcover) of one (or more) of the books in the H.A.L.F. series by Natalie Wright.

5. The post MUST contain one of the official hashtags (either #HALFCONTEST, #ORIGINS or #WHEREISHALF). The post MUST mention Natalie Wright by her handle (refer to above for handles to use by Social Media Account).

6. Winners will be announced on Social Media (Twitter, Natalie Wright, Author Facebook page, and Instagram) on September 7, 2017. Winner MUST email Natalie Wright at the address provided to claim the prize. Prizes not claimed by September 10 are forfeit.

7. No purchase necessary.

GO TAKE THOSE PHOTOS!!

   

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Win a Signed Copy of The Makers by Natalie Wright!

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS
H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS releases August 24. That’s only sixteen days away y’all!!

This is the end of a series I’ve been working on since 2010! :-o

I’m throwing a month-long party to celebrate. And it’s not a party without prizes and free stuff.

Let’s start the gift-giving out right with an official Goodreads Giveaway. This month I’m giving away five, signed paperback copies of H.A.L.F.: The Makers (H.A.L.F. 2). Click on the link in the box below to go to Goodreads and enter for your chance to win The Makers.

And come back throughout August to keep up to date on all the chances to win goodies in celebration of ORIGINS!


Goodreads Book Giveaway


H.A.L.F. by Natalie Wright

H.A.L.F.

by Natalie Wright


Giveaway ends August 22, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.


Enter Giveaway




Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Teaser Tuesday: Are Girls Clueless about Guys?

It’s just a little more than three weeks until H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS launches! *squee*

I’m so excited for you all to read this one. Fifteen months in the works. Many pages written that didn't make the cut. Countless cups of coffee. And two romance sub-plots to play with!

Though I never considered a writer of romance, I found in this book that the most enjoyable part was developing the relationships.

My favorite part? Writing in Jack’s point of view. It was fun to channel my inner eighteen-year-old guy! ;-)

Here’s quote from Jack Wilson. You may be surprised when you read to the book to see where and in what context he says this. It may not be what you think!

Do you agree with Jack? Or is he just being clueless?!

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS by Natalie Wright ©2017

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS (H.A.L.F. 3) releases August 24, 2017. You can pre-order here




Thursday, June 1, 2017

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS Pre-Order is LIVE!

The End is Near …

Of the H.A.L.F. series anyway.

H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS
The official launch date has been set: August 24, 2017!

*woot, woot*

I’ve got lots of fun stuff planned to celebrate the end of this epic sci-fi adventure so stay tuned.

But in the meantime, would you like a teaser? A little taste of what's to come?

Head over to the dedicated webpage for ORIGINS and learn more about the book.

AND, if you’d like to be one of the first to order your Kindle edition copy, there is a convenient Pre-Order button that will take you to Amazon.

Are you curious about why I’m showing you a picture of the large radio telescope array in New Mexico? ;-)

All your questions will be answered … on August 24!


ORIGINS Pre-Order (Amazon US): http://bit.ly/HALF_ORIGINS

ORIGINS Pre-Order (Amazon UK): http://bit.ly/ORIGINS_UK

ORIGINS Pre-Order (Amazon DE): http://bit.ly/ORIGINS_DE

The "VLA" (Very Large Array) in New Mexico, USA

Monday, May 22, 2017

Phoenix Comic Con 2017

Phoenix Comic Con, May 25-28, 2017

BOOTH HH 307

Natalie Wright at Phoenix Comic Con 2017, Booth HH 307

While I’ve been busy revising (aka rewriting!) the next installment of H.A.L.F., I’ve also been getting ready for my first appearance at Phoenix Comic Con. I’ve heard so many great things about this con and have wanted to exhibit at it for years. I finally got off of the wait list and into the exhibit hall!

I’ll be debuting some new products including Mystery Boxes in two sizes. They’re filled with fun goodies. Can’t wait to see people's faces when they open them ;-)

My last con, El Paso Comic Con in April, feels like it was years ago! Writing H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS has been a long, exhausting experience with multiple threads to weave together into a coherent story. And the daily news makes my head spin.

I’m sooooo looking forward to a geekfest weekend with fellow nerds and geeks. Bring on the cosplay!

See you there!

Monday, March 13, 2017

YOU CHOOSE THE COVER - H.A.L.F.: ORIGINS

We all know we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But we also know that we totally do.

So judge away!

My cover designer gave me two great designs that are exactly the same except for the color of the band at the top. I like them both and can't decide which will work the best.

But the question is: Which do you like the best? Which cover draws your eye more? Which would you like to see gracing the cover of my next book?

There’s a poll at the bottom of the post. Please vote and share so I can hear from as many people as possible.

Thank you for helping me choose!

Cover #1

Cover #2


Which cover do you like best? Cover #1 or Cover #2?

Cover #1
Cover #2
Poll Maker

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Writer Wednesday: Utter Loneliness and Explaining the Inexplicable


This quote captures such expansive ideas in so few words.

First is the idea of the loneliness of writing. And “utter loneliness”. Like really, really alone!

I have felt that way at times. It's not just that the actual act of writing requires - for many of us - time without other people so that we're free of distraction. Even in a busy cafe, writers often wear headphones or are so in the zone that they may as well be on Mars. For all intents and purposes, the writer is alone when writing.

But more than that, the writer inhabits a world of her own making with people she has created. Within that story world, the writer is wholly alone. 

I often feel that I spend the majority of my time with people that no one else knows in a world where no one else has been. The idea of “utter loneliness” is one I understand.

But here there is the second idea as well - trying to “explain the inexplicable.”

How does one explain the soul?

I think all artists and creatives are - attempting anyway - to do exactly that. To somehow explain whether in words or pictures, in clay or movement, the complex and nuanced ideas that well from the soul.

There is no perfection in this endeavor. The artist often looks at his canvas and sees only what did not make its way there, even when others laud the work.

The same is true of the story or poem. At my best, I feel that I've captured a fair bit of what my heart wanted to express. But there's always a feeling that I didn't quite get it all down on paper. That something is missing.

Perhaps it's that quest to “bleed on the page” - to explain the inexplicable - that keeps the writer tapping the keys and putting ink to the page.

Do you ever feel utterly alone? Do you agree with Steinbeck that the writer seeks to explain the inexplicable?

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