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Motivation for Writers, on a daily basis of the 12 months. in particular chosen Quotations for every Calendar Date remove darkness from all elements of the Writing method. * the 1st citation illustrates the Pre-Writing or training degree (of considering and making plans) * the second one citation illustrates the Writing or construction degree (of Drafting and modifying) * The 3rd Quotations illustrates the Post-Writing or social gathering degree (of Publishing and advertising and marketing) ''This is a treasury of thought, stimulation and enjoyable for writers.'' Dan Poynter, writer of The Self-Publishing guide ''No topic what web page you open to you can find the event, knowledge and concept of the simplest writers on the planet to inspire and energize the paintings you do.'' Paul J Krupin, writer of phrases humans like to pay attention

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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831) February 29 They never taste who always drink; They always talk, who never think. Matthew Prior (1664–1721) When you write in prose you say what you mean. When you write in rhyme you say what you must. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr (1809–1894) When you meet someone better than yourself, turn your thoughts to becoming his equal. When you meet someone not as good as you are, look within and examine your own self. Confucius (551–479 B. ) 33 March March 1 We are what we repeatedly do.

Our education ought to help us to answer these questions. Sir John William Lubbock, 3rd Baronet (1803–1865) When I feel inclined to read poetry I take down my dictionary. The poetry of words is quite as beautiful as that of sentences. The author may arrange the gems effectively, but their shape and luster have been given by the attention of ages. Bring me the finest simile from the whole range of imaginative writing, and I will show you a single word which conveys a more profound, a more accurate, and a more eloquent analogy.

Anton Chekhov (1860–1904) If a book is worth reading, it is worth buying. John Ruskin (1819–1900) January 18 I rough out my thoughts in talk as an artist models in clay. Spoken language is so plastic,—you can pat and coax, and spread and shave, and rub out, and fill up, and stick on so easily, when you work that soft material, that there is nothing like it for modeling. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr (1809–1894) Oh, wondrous power of words, by simple faith Licensed to take the meaning that we love! William Wordsworth (1770–1850) But this I know; the writer who possesses the creative gift owns something of which he is not always master—something that at times strangely wills and works for itself.

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