Leaning into Absurdity: My Midwest Book Tour for I Animal By Kevin Del Principe Writing a book seemed absurd; in part, because I had never written one before. It also felt important. So I wrote a book called I Animal about an LA screenwriter from just outside Buffalo, New York who is forced to return… Continue reading (Guest Post) Leaning into Absurdity: My Midwest Book Tour for I Animal By Kevin Del Principe @kevdelprincipe
Hello awesome readers I am so excited to share with you my interview with author, Ava Black. She recently released a psychological thriller called The Bug Jar, which you could currently win a signed copy of here, and an e-copy here. O's Interview With Ava Black O: Hello Ava, thank you so much for joining… Continue reading *Interview* Q&A with author, Ava Black @jlightbody11 Talking about her thriller The Bug Jar, writing, and mental health awareness!
As a blogger I have received thousands of requests for book reviews. My inbox is very overwhelming. Sadly there isn't enough time to help everyone who contacts me and I have to reject most requests, when I even find the time to respond. So how do those lucky few get through? Today I thought I… Continue reading Where Book Review Requests Go Wrong – What NOT to do!
Why the high school setting is a challenge to Write High school. Two words that represent four or more years of our lives. The best of times and the worst of times. The age of wisdom. The age of foolishness. The season of light. The season of darkness. The spring of hope. The winter of… Continue reading *Guest Post* Why the high school setting is a challenge to Write by Jon Bennett @jbennett830 Author of Reading Blue Devils http://amzn.to/2IHeuAv
Hello awesome readers. Thank you so much for joining us today for a fantastic guest post by Jim Jackson. Author of How to Tell a Really Good Story about Absolutely Anything in 4 Easy Steps and Stones in My Passway with two upcoming books (get a peek of those at the end). Enjoy, Your Storytelling Superpower (and how… Continue reading (Guest Post) Your Storytelling Superpower by Author Jim Jackson @jacksontron
I hope everyone had wonderful holidays, and Happy New Year! A new year, a new adventure! Today, I wanted to share this gift I got from Soothi. It is a beautiful handmade leather journal with the quote "In the end we'll all become stories." by Margaret Atwood embossed on the cover. The first thing I noticed… Continue reading My New Journal from Soothi @ShopSoothi – Now, what to write?
Hello awesome readers. Today I am delighted to share with you a special guest post about making the switch from writing novels to short stories. This inspirational and educational post is brought to us by one of our giveaway contributors, Eddie Generous. Training the Brain for Shorts Whether it’s Nanowrimo or the dream of seeing… Continue reading Training the Brain for Shorts – Guest Post by Eddie Generous @GenerousEd @UnnervingMag
Hello lovely readers. I'm so sorry I delayed the posting of this awesome guest post! Life has been nuts lately with finals and sickness and it got lost in my e-mail. Enjoy the following guest post by Anthony R Howard and an interview! The Catastrophic Thunderstorm of Christian Fiction
Hello lovely readers. Today I am excited to share a witty guest post by Filamena Young as well as announce that her book, Dead Machines, was released today! Guest Post: One of the things I get asked a lot as s writer, and I think all writers get asked this every now and again is… Continue reading Guest Post by Filamena Young @filamena and #scifi Release Announcement
Guest post by Scott Burn, author of YA Sci-Fi novel, THE ENEMY WITHIN. This book is on my reading list! See more info about it at the bottom of this post. Scott Burn has provided the following article for aspiring screenplay writers. I hope you enjoy it, and stay motivated! SO YOU WROTE A SCREENPLAY Awesome!… Continue reading So You Wrote a Screenplay – Guest Post by Scott Burn