Here is the sixth installment of Ten Top Lists of What Not To Do by Marie Ann Bailey of 1WriteWay at http://1writeway.com and John W. Howell of Fiction Favorites at http://johnwhowell.com. These lists are simu-published on our blogs each Monday. We hope you enjoy. 10. When on your first date, […]
Cover art by: Dirk Porsche at http://shiggyenterprises.wordpress.com/ A Girl Named Cord by Briana Vedsted will be published on Amazon.com on July 31, 2013 as both a paperback and an eBook. Book description: Cord had to work hard to earn her living as a cow puncher, and she was getting along […]
While Green Embers is away, Charles Yallowitz is playing guest host!
To start off this post, please vote in the poll here and then read my post. Please also share by reblogging, tweeting, etc. Thanks a bunch 🙂 I think I’ve gotten in over my head. Maybe because I’m such an introvert, I think that having multiple social media accounts is […]
A fascinating article on the history of Dracula. The comments to the post are as equally illuminating. Interesting Literature By Gemma Norman, University of Birmingham The name ‘Dracula’ is a name synonymous with vampires: the handsome, seductive aristocratic Count of Bram Stoker’s novel is the image that first comes to […]
Originally posted on The D/A Dialogues:
While A is away, the blog still gets to play. Please welcome Marie Ann Bailey, from 1WriteWay. Brittany woke to the sharp odor of damp soil and something else, something familiar, something sweet. She tried to stretch out her legs. Her feet touched…
This is an amazing story. Please go to GG’s blog and give her a HUGE congrats!
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This is actually a writing post…kind of. We all know I like titles that drag you guys in because I am a comment whore. Plus Julian Froment started this conversation and asked me not to tell everyone even though he said it in the…
Originally posted on Creative Writing with the Crimson League:
As promised, after the success of My Top Ten Twitter Tips: Marketing for Writers, which a lot of people said they found helpful (I was so glad to hear that from y’all!), here is a post about using Facebook for promotion.…
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Artwork by James Koskinas from the Twilight Angel Website This weekend, I was invited to attend screenings for two very different independent film projects. Both gave me pause. The first was a pilot the producer is hoping to sell to Netflix. Condescending, poorly written, and…