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Should You Keep A Journal?
By Guy Hogan   
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Last edited: Saturday, September 01, 2007
Posted: Friday, August 24, 2007

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Flash Fiction / Short Stories / Pittsburgh / Tutor

I don't keep a journal or keep a note book handy. I probably should. I only write about what I've participated in or witnessed. That's pretty limiting. Maybe the fact that I work on a story, have it on my desk for weeks and months and even years is my way of keeping a journal. Anyway, the idea is to get words down on paper no matter what and my rag-tag method works for me. What's your method? What works for you?


Popa is supposed to have said, "You have to live it up in order to write it down." This works for me.

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Reviewed by Georg Mateos 8/25/2007
I have a gray large note book where I put down my thoughts and literary ideas in a kind of sneaking way, if you read some of it you wouldn't get a clue even if the note book hits you on the head.
It works for me.
Posting it? you most be kidding brother!!!!!!!
Always cheering for you
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