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    How Blogging Can be a Great Escape

    Analysis of how using a blogging platform can free the mind and creativity, as well as potentially even releasing writer’s block. Open to any other thoughts on where to take this.

    • I like this, but I would suggest a little clarification. What does it mean to "free the mind" and what is the advantage for writers? Can you find any concrete examples (i.e. quotes, statistics, examples of authors) that either support or do not support blogging as beneficial for writer's block? I think this could be a useful article for young writers. – Eden 11 months ago
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    • I agree with Eden that this needs to be more fully outlined, especially as there are many blogs used for a range of purpose, are you advocating the process of blogging about writing or just doing a blog in general? This is an interesting suggestion but obviously difficult to measure. – SaraiMW 11 months ago
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    • Since I won't be the one writing it, I decided to leave it up to whoever decides to, and let them have free reign on it. Sorry if it sounds kind of floppy, but I wasn't sure how to go about it. – sophiebernard 11 months ago
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    • I began blogging to release all the anxious thoughts that were piling up in my head. I found it much more cathartic than simply writing it in a notebook because submitting something to the internet makes it feel as though that thing has been taken out of your hands and released to strangers forever. – veritygrace 11 months ago
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    • A good idea-probably requires some theme, where the writing develops around some central issue or theme so readers see how it expands. – Joseph Cernik 11 months ago
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    • For whoever takes this, I might also suggest thinking about the social aspect of blogging. How might this help--or complicate things if someone lacks confidence or is shy when engaging with others online? – Emily Deibler 10 months ago
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    • I would recommend as a blogger myself discussing how blogging creates a community and an ability to network as well, which can catalyse this 'escape' – waveofsalt 10 months ago
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    • Do you mean blogging as in writing about day to day life for the world to read? Or do you mean blogging as in writing about one's passion? If you elaborate more on your view, it would help bring this piece together. – Dena Elerian 7 months ago
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    Nice tie-in with philosophy, a really great piece!

    Creative Writing is the Sincerest Form of Reality

    I’m not surprised that fans have caused an uproar for some series that have been cancelled. For some, these shows are outlets, like how reading and sports are outlets for others. Take away that outlet – chain reaction. Great read!

    Fan-Power: Saving Shows From Cancellation

    Cinema and literature have had such an intense relationship throughout time, with the means necessary to create an adaptation only truly accessible in this present day. There’s also the idea that films have an unspoken maximum run time, so some things are cut. It doesn’t mean the editors and directors made the right decision, but this read has opened up an avenue of thought that is scarcely ever delved into deeply. Well done.

    The Art of Adaptation: From Book to Film