Julia T. Williams | Storytelling
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Storytelling

Write Reads

I have read several books along the way to becoming a published author that have helped me tremendously. Even now with two novels on bookshelves, I can still find inspiration through the words of other writers on the craft of writing....

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The Blank Page

There you are. A blank page stares back at you. The cursor blinks at you, dares you to move words across the page. You sit, wait for the words. Nothing happens. You drum your fingers on the desk; scroll through songs on your music player; adjust you...

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Source of Material

For a class assignment, we had to read a short story by Paul Auster titled "City of Glass". There were so many nuggets throughout the story to where I found myself posting sticky notes page after page. One passage in particular resonated with me as...

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Write Anyway

Don't let fear of the blank page scare you from telling a story the world needs to hear. Don't let the story itself scare you. Don't let the process of writing keep you from writing. What are people going to think of me if I tell this story?...

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Poetexts: This Place

This place A place I relocated to due to circumstance Relocation is something I'm used to because its DNA runs through my veins I was conceived in the Philippines and entered the world in Panama City Every two to four years my father received orders and we relocated to...

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