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PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2010 8:48 pm 
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Yay! Smut!

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Off topic but stimulated :oops: by your promise for tomorrow are there seven deadly writing sins or are there more?

Plus, if there are such, what are the deadly sins of writing?


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2010 11:15 pm 
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1/ Endless research.

Which means reading instead of writing. Going out drinking/drugging/shagging to get authentic 'atmosphere'. Buying shit you don't don't really need, like more books - which in turn either means going out again or not being able to start until they arrive. Visiting museums and stately homes. The whole of the bloody internet. The possibilities are... endless.

Anyone up for number two?

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Procrastination, maybe?
Avoidance strategies to delay starting actual writing using twitter, FB, this forum, computer games etc.


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Premature deletion.

When you are so unhappy with something you have just written that you delete it out of hand when it's better to step away and have a look later.


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Back on topic for a while and a good one today Pete. I didn't guess until very close to the end.


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Laugh out loud funny. In an appalled kinda funny way.


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I've downloaded this onto my phone, and been reading it whenever I get the chance. The stories are great, The Haunted Grotto is my favorite so far.
Oh, and the skull with the Christmas hat is brilliant.. :D

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lol today Pete, I really did. Hard not read on beyond the day.
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From memory, today's story started life as a riddle I posed on the old TTA forums - what do you get if you cross an antelope with a vampire? And the first one to get the correct answer was, not surprisingly, punster Joel Lane.

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Yes, brilliant. Loved it. It's difficult not to flick ahead to other dates, actually.


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Aye, and I hate waiting :wink:


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All the really good stuff comes after the halfway point :P

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Evil man :P


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Loving this calendar. I have to confess to skipping ahead to tomorrow's (I'm the same with the chocolate ones) and it was my favourite so far. Great stuff.


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