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Writing Space1.0 by Amy Tran

A chinese lion statue

Amy Tran is an aspiring writer based in Ypsilanti, Michigan. As with everything else in her life, Ms. Tran has an unparalled passion for writing. The goal of this website is to familiarize readers with the her works. In need of a writer? Ms. Tran is available and will accept freelance assignments. Please click on the above clips for examples of her expansive writing styles.

Aside from writing, Ms. Tran is also available for copyediting purposes. If you are in need of a copyeditor please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Tran. She has an extensive knowledge in the field and will not blanch at any assignment, big or small. As always referrences are available upon request. Interested parties should email Ms. Tran at the address provided.

An Alternative Purpose

Posted by Amy Tran on October 25, 2006

This site was created with a school assignment as the original intent. However, it dawned on me that the site's purpose did not have to stop at the A-grade I hope to receive. I can also use this website to promote myself as a writer as well as provide myself with an outlet for daily digressions and such. I will take this time to apologize to any readers out there for slow page load of angelfire.com (same goes for the annoying banner ad), since I am a poor and struggling writer, I cannot afford proper webhosting.

Making the Impossible, Possible

Posted by Amy Tran on October 28, 2006
A chinese dragon

    I recently read in Writer's Digest, that "the most original of authors are not so because they advance what is new, but more because they know how to say something as if it has never been said before." The original author of this insightful quote was not credited in WD, still I wanted to pass along this gem to any fellow writers out there.

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Loud & Clear

Posted by Amy Tran on October 30, 2006

    I am currently re-reading I'm a Stranger Here Myself by Bill Bryson. Mr. Bryson's prose is uproariously funny while at the same time informative and insightful. He sets the bar way high for those of us who come after him. He also reveals that as a writer one can get away with talking about the most mundane things and still manage to have people gravitate towards our words.

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Random Foliage

Random foliage

Writing tip of the day: Avoid redundancy. Cut, cut, and then cut some more. You're the only one who knows what was lost.

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