The Crafty Writer by Out of The Blue Author Lisa Maliga

The Crafty Writer by Out of The Blue Author Lisa Maliga I'd like to thank Delaney, Catherine, and Tiffany for the chance to visit and write about two favorite topics: crafts and writing. They asked me the question: How have crafts inspired your writing? Well, I can't sew a straight line. I can't knit without dropping stitches. And I'm sure my … [Read more...]

Monsters That Scare Me The Most by GPS With Benefits Author Vanessa Morgan

Monsters That Scare Me The Most by GPS With Benefits Author Vanessa Morgan Thank you for having me on the blog today. I'm truly honored to be here with all of you! With the day of the dead approaching fast, let's have a look at some of the scariest movie monsters ever. DOPPELGÄNGERS A doppelgänger is a person's physical double. Seeing … [Read more...]

Why You Should Pity Popular Girls by Spring Break Author LC Kanon

Why You Should Pity Popular Girls by Spring Break Author LC Kanon When I was in high school, there was a beautiful, blonde girl that basically ruled the school. She wasn’t very nice but she was incredibly popular. This girl never once spoke to me but was incredibly mean to a few of my fellow classmates. I’ll never forget the time she spread the … [Read more...]

Revamp by Beck Sherman

Revamp False Start by Beck Sherman So, beginnings are hard. You only have one chance to make a first impression, and all that. Revamp had two different beginnings before I settled on the current one. This particular excerpt is the original beginning of Revamp, and it’s a dream sequence, happening in the tumultuous head of my heroine, Emma Spade. … [Read more...]

Technology and Writing by The Reluctant Bacheloret​te Author Rachael Anderson

Technology and Writing by The Reluctant Bacheloret​te Author Rachael Anderson I remember my first introduction to the internet. I was in college at the time, nearly 15 years ago, and had recently started writing what became my first published novel. I went from thinking the internet was a very strange thing to embracing it fully as a writer. … [Read more...]

The Day I Wore Purple by The Accidental Siren Author Jake Vander Ark

The Day I Wore Purple by The Accidental Siren Author Jake Vander Ark My very first novel is also the fourth book in *The Blank Canvas Series*. Because it was my first book, the writing was pretty awful! For the last few months, I've been knee-deep in an extensive re-write, and the following excerpt is the debut of the revised prologue. If … [Read more...]

Why Facebook Debates are Pointless by Bottled Abyss Author Benjamin Ethridge

Why Facebook debates are pointless by Bottled Abyss Author Benjamin Ethridge So, I’m already preaching to the choir, correct? If there is anybody—I mean anybody—who actually agrees Facebook debating is worthwhile, he or she probably wouldn’t have clicked on this article. My job then, simply, is to point out what we already know from these … [Read more...]

Words to New Authors by Cursed Heroes Author William D. Ollivierre

Words to New Authors by Cursed Heroes Author William D. Ollivierre This is to every new author and everyone looking into getting into being an author. Don’t do it find something else to do that will make you more money and is more stable. If you feel discouraged at this point, it’s okay, but it’s no reason to give up your dream. I said what I … [Read more...]


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