This is for Belinda of Busy Mind Thinking. She has asked friends to post pictures of where they live as if on a travel tour. I’m going to do little something different. I am going to direct her to a series of photos for a kind of home improvement tour. […]
This morning I had the good fortune to come across this post from Dave at According to Dave. He shares a post from a NaNoWriMo forum. You can read the original post at http://nanowrimo.org/en/forums/reaching-50-000/threads/114149, or go to Dave’s blog for the full text. In short, the post is about a […]
Originally posted on …and then there was Sarah:
I’m a shameless fan of writing in multiple POVs. My series has a large, diverse cast of characters and I’m all about giving each of them a voice, where possible. I also believe that telling the story through the eyes of varied…
Check out this article from The New York Times. Not too old to have a debut novel
Here’s an interesting take on “writing what you know.” In the June 11, 2013 issue of The New York Times, author Sarah Jio writes about how one night of abject terror helps her to write about fear. For the first time, in this essay, she writes about that night and […]
Read the next installment of Claude, the three-legged pug (and have some tissues nearby).
Can Timoran slay the mighty Eusu … and survive?
Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
So, I’ve gotten into a few ‘debates’ with people on this side of the computer. This ‘debate’ is about what constitutes success for a self-published author. Back in the day, you were successful when you got a contract and got your first royalty check. …
Originally posted on Writings of a Mrs :
Welcome to Stuff It Tuesdays: The Storetry Collaboration Challenge I’d like to thank everyone for the fabulous contributions. I really enjoy reading all of the submissions and putting the ‘Storetry’ (a word that I created, part story, part poetry) together. I only wish…
For anyone looking to self-publish your poetry (or any other writing for that matter), you may want to read the following post by Jules Jacob: Reality Check? Ms. Jacob’s essay is a response to an article posted in the January/February issue of Poets & Writers magazine by poet and critic Reagan […]