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AbbyFitz
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on 04/18/2013

Hi everybody,

I haven't written my wizzography yet and I know I need to. Does anybody have any tips? I mean, it's kind of weird writing just about yourself. I don't want it to be cheesey lol

 

Thanks!


BrendaReeves
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on 04/18/2013

Read some of the other writer's Wizzographies. You'll get the idea. It's not hard at all.


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AbbyFitz
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on 04/18/2013

Thanks. Everyone just sounds more exciting than me lol


JoHarrington
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on 04/19/2013

Every life is exciting.  The things that you find so ordinary are exotic to those who live half way across the world.  The things that you think, do and have seen are unique to you, because no-one experiences things in quite the same way.

Just write. Add a little passion in what you love - what is it about hats, which so draws you? - and let that feeling play out upon the page.  It's up to your readers what we find fascinating, as long as you give us something to feel fascinated about.

Looking forward to reading your Wizzography!


AbbyFitz
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on 04/19/2013

Thanks. As soon as I am able to get my old picture scanned, I'll be writing it.


BrendaReeves
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on 04/19/2013

 

AbbyFitz: 04/18/2013 - 11:10 PM

Thanks. Everyone just sounds more exciting than me lol

I had to laugh at this. My best friend and I always joke about how we're probably the most boring people on earth.  We both like the simple things in life like reading, bird watching, our dogs,  etc. You're probably very exciting in my book.


Brenda Reeves
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on 04/19/2013

I just wrote about how I fetched up here at Wizzley and what else I indulged in writing-editing wise. Not rocket science, but I am NO SCIENTIST. Former science-expert bosses shall attest to that!

PS: Brenda, bird watching is exotic to me.


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