The power of naive questions…

And now a few words on innocence and creativity and how they go together like…um, we’ll get back to you on that, okay?

But for now:

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Top TVWriter™ Posts for the Week Ending 1/18/13

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Here they are, the most viewed TVWriter™ posts for the week ending Friday, January 18th:

LB: Another Reason Why You Shouldn’t Ask Writers to Read Your Writing read article

Looking For An Agent? Be Vewy, Vewy Careful

And now several important words from the GlassCases Blog:

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Shady Business by Sarah LaPolla

So, earlier this week via The Twitter, agent (and author!), Mandy Hubbard mentioned her distrust of new agents who have no publishing background. This started a conversation, which I participated in, about the merits of these agents and start-up publishers who claim to be legit. read article

Three Quick and Easy Ways to Quiet Your Mind

Because if your mind’s too noisy…it might bug those around you.

Or, to put it another, truer way:

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Les Moonves Forces CNET Writer to walk the Plank

Well, he didn’t really “force” the guy. CNET reporter Greg Sandoval could have abandoned his principles and stayed employed. Here’s the story:

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CNET Writer Quits Over Anti-Hopper Order That Reportedly Came Directly From CBS CEO by Chris Morran

Late last week, we told you that CNET had been told it could not even consider Dish’s ad-skipping Hopper DVR for an award because CNET’s parent company, CBS, was involved in a lawsuit over the device. Now comes news that a CNET reporter has quit over the directive, which one report says came straight from CBS CEO Les Moonves. read article