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New contribution to Totally Novel on writing, update on Sweet Sixteen Killer

I've been pretty quiet lately on the blog, sorry about that. I've been laying mostly low, though I did recently begin contributing to a new website for writers and readers called Totally Novel. My first contribution for members of the site is a post I titled 3 things that prevented me from writing a novel. To read the post, sign up for a free trial. Take a look around and if you don't wanna stay, don't renew membership. That said, it's a pretty cool effort being put together by a former Google+ member like myself. As a matter of fact there are several members on the site from the old Google+ days. (Side note: there is a free membership option)
I will be contributing to the Totally Novel blog bi-monthly for now. My next addition will be in August. I'm super excited for the site and I hope you can come join us and become a part of the groups, forums, blog, workshops, and more. 
All that said, I haven't given up here. This is still my primary site and blog. 👊

Originally shared by Nathan Weaver

Originally shared by Nathan Weaver

Deleting a Collection deletes all posts, including ones older than the Collection itself, which were added by Share feature

I've noticed when you delete a Collection, it deletes all posts. Even if it was a post you wrote well before Collections existed, and shared into a Collection. This seems like a really bad idea. I'm seeing the creation of a lot of collections, and if most people don't know this, they are going to become very disappointed to find out that they have taken their content and put a time-bomb on it should they ever decide to delete the Collection. 

In that vein, can you remove a post from a Collection? (unshare?) If so, is this the work around at the moment to get a post out of a collection you want to delete?


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