Jim Denney





Jim Denney

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Writing in Overdrive: The S...
4.31 of 5 stars 4.31 avg rating — 62 ratings — published 2013 — 2 editions
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Twice Adopted: An Important...
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In the Words of Ronald Reag...
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Write Fearlessly!
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Lost in Cydonia (TimeBender...
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Invasion of the Time Troopers
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Battle Before Time
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Tin Man: A Short Story
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Doorway to Doom
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“Books choose their authors; the act of creation is not entirely a rational and conscious one." ―Salman Rushdie”
Jim Denney, Writing in Overdrive: The Secrets to Writing Faster, Writing Freely, Writing Brilliantly

“As Jane Austen once wrote in her diary, "I am not at all in a humor for writing; I must write on till I am." And Madeleine L'Engle observed, "Inspiration usually comes during work rather than before it.”
Jim Denney, Writing in Overdrive: The Secrets to Writing Faster, Writing Freely, Writing Brilliantly

“Being a writer is a peculiar sort of a job," Neil Gaiman once observed. "It's always you versus a blank sheet of paper — and quite often the paper wins.”
Jim Denney, Writing in Overdrive: The Secrets to Writing Faster, Writing Freely, Writing Brilliantly



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