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Welcome to Newsletter #168

A bunch of tales I wanted to share with you

A tale I read

Whilst Riding My Bike Across The Grass by Daniel Cockrill
[Whilst Riding My Bike Across The Grass by Daniel Cockrill]

A tale I heard

Writer Neil Gaiman on where ideas come from:

"For me, inspiration comes from a bunch of places: desperation, deadlines… A lot of times ideas will turn up when you’re doing something else. And, most of all, ideas come from confluence — they come from two things flowing together. They come, essentially, from daydreaming. . . . And I suspect that’s something every human being does. Writers tend to train themselves to notice when they’ve had an idea — it’s not that they have any more ideas or get inspired more than anything else; we just notice when it happens a little bit more."

A tale I saw

Conversation With a 10 Year Old Girl on the London Eye by Maria Ferguson

A tale I wrote

He spent
no longer than 30 seconds
writing a poem
and was surprised
by the deeper meaning. 

A tail I like

[A tail I like]
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