Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Finding Your Niche: How to Get Readers for Your Work

I've heard this term used before, finding one's niche, when it came to writers marketing themselves. But it wasn't until I recently attended the...

Choosing to Be a Writer/Artist

A few years ago, I was at a church service in which I shared a piece of my writing with the congregation. After the...

Literary Magazines: A Conversation with Blotterature

Literary magazines are a great way for writers to get their work out there and noticed. Today's post is an interview with Julie Demoff-Larson, senior...

Character Description No-No

There is a pancake house in my area that has the brightest sign on the street. Electric blues, yellows and pinks flash across the screen...

When They Lack Ambition

Have you ever loved someone so much and been so disappointed at the same time? I recently spoke to a friend - who hopefully...

Why writers love National Library Week

When DJ Khaled made the lyrical announcement that he wasn’t really checkin for “No New Friends” I happily sang along in agreeance. Deciding my...

Recap Series: About ‘The Purple Morrow’

The Rise of the Papilion trilogy is completed, but it has taken years to complete each book. So long, in fact, that when I released Wolf’s...

Pros and Cons of Publishing with a Small Press: A Publisher’s...

At one time, I would have never considered querying a small press. To be honest, with everyone either self-publishing or working toward obtaining a publishing...

Working with a Freelance Editor: An Interview with Tiffany Cole

Today's post is an interview with Tiffany T. Cole, a freelance editor and a copy editor for Limitless Publishing and the Purdue University Chronicle....
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What’s Your Writing Poison?

Well, I've finally figured out how to add pages to my menu. It's as if I've been dropped into a different world in getting...