How to Tackle Writer’s Block

This is a guest post by Christina Leigh Pritchard, author of "S.H.A.Y." Christina Leigh Pritchard http://www.christinaleighpritchard.com/ Read FREE excerpts of current works by subscribing!  Also, “Like” my Facebook...

Write What You Know

This is a guest post by Shaunna Gonzales, author of "Halfback Hero". Shaunna Gonzales currently resides with her family in the greater Seattle area. Married over...

Writing Much? Give Yourself Permission to Read

This is a guest post by Eric Stoffle, author of Trading Lives. Eric Stoffle is primarily a mystery writer. He is also the author of...

How does your real life intrude into, or inspire, your writing?

Micheal Lee Nelson resides in Wake Forest, North Carolina with his redhead fiancee’, a pair of miniaturized tigers and a pair of convertible cars. Born...

6 Tips For Creating a Fantasy World

This is a guest post by A.C. Saeger, author of "Blood to Pay". Currently, I have published two books, Blood to Pay and the sequel Blood...

Choose Your Nonfiction Subject Carefully

This is a guest post by Robynne Elizabeth Miller, author of "The Three Faces of Nellie". Robynne Elizabeth Miller has authored three books: “From the Mouth...

Ten Reasons Why Fairy Tales Are Still the Best Stories

This is a guest post by Aariel Portera, author of "Beasts and Roses". Aariel Portera has devoted her life to studying the arts, including writing, painting,...

Know Your Audience

This is a guest post by Matthew A. Perry, author of “A West Virginia Rebel”. Matthew Perry is a middle school history teacher and girls basketball...

Writing a Series – Panster or Plotter

This is a guest post by Lisa Fender, the author of The Lorn Prophecy series and The Djenrye Chronicles. Lisa Fender is a stay...

Character Development

This is a guest post by Krissie Williams, author of “The Meanest January“. Krissie Williams is the author of Adventures in Martyrdom, Breath, and The Meanest...

Passion of the illuminati

HELLO WORLD I must admit once learning that writer and filmmaker Daniel Gross was also an alumnus of U.S.C., where I had my beginning years...

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