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Founded in 2004 by Kate Chaplin, the Indy Writers’ Group is a supportive community of published and pre-published writers of all genres. IWG offers workshops, signings, and bi-monthly meetings for critique and support. IWG is a diverse group with strengths in various areas, such as self-publishing, e-publishing, small presses, freelance writing, technical writing, editing, etc. Within the network of in person events and online you’ll find a community of writers with various backgrounds and experiences that understand the pitfalls and success that plague writers today. Our group can be found Here on Yahoo Groups

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

"Writing Progress is Defined by...."

IWG members answer this perplexing question....

Writing progress is defined by the number of soul wrenching moments you agonize over your work, and the amount of joy filled accolades when your work is accepted.
Sandi Sookoo
Third Place - 2008 Celtic Hearts Golden Claddaugh - All I want for to keep my job.
Finalist - 2008 Spacecoast Author of Romance Launching a Star - The Art of Fang Shui

Writing progress is defined by inspiration and not perspiration. If I agonize for ages and my only result is a single, lonely phrase that truly moves me, it is worth infinitely more than the mechanized machinations I perfomed to crunch out pages of uninspiring drivel.

Jim Henderson

Writing progress is defined by what new facet of Lin is revealed by the time I close down the file for the day.  It isn't the word count.  I often agonize for hours on a single word within a sentence.  So I mark progress by Lin's evolution.  Her growth defines me as an author.
Debra A. Kemp
The House of Pendragon saga continues!


Blogger Manny said...

My writing is terrible and needs a lot of work. Can someone help me become a better writer please? If I submit a sample of my writing to you. Will you help me?

February 16, 2010 at 7:05 AM  
Blogger Manny said...

I appreciate your help!

February 16, 2010 at 7:05 AM  

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