The methods and tactics presented in this book are based on 40 years of learning, practicing, teaching, researching, training based self-defense.
Can’t wait to Trick or Treat or need a little spirit boosting? Here’s a writing prompt that will give the oo to your boo!
Elise Holland, the editor of 2 Elizabeths, provides insight on how writers should submit their short fiction and poetry to literary magazines and journals.
Did you see the Great American eclipse Monday, August 21? If you didn’t, we gotta ask, what Galaxy are you in?
But, if you did, and are still reeling from the wonders of space like we are, then this writing prompt is for you!
Ideas can come from anywhere and we mean anywhere but while surfing the web we came across a beautiful and well-written post by Kathryn Graves, a writer and speaker, on where she believes her story inspiration comes from.
When you find yourself wanting to share something with your readers, whether it’s a thought you had, an excerpt of your new novel or the next stop in your book tour, what’s your go-to sharing platform?
You know you’re a book lover when you consider books to be your friends. At least we do. Is that a little strange? Maybe it is, but just think about it.
Getting your book on the shelf can be difficult. But, this is where self-promoting comes in.
Fireworks are loud, colorful and enthralling, with different patterns, different sounds, you name it, they have it. So, why don’t you use them as inspiration in the following writing prompt:
If you enjoy it and make the time to write, you are a writer 100 percent! However, getting others to understand this is another story.
The emotions and feelings you get while reading may be difficult to describe so we went searching for the best GIFS to describe the experience from the moment you enter the bookstore to when you turn the last page of the novel.
Everyone is different and everyone has their own unique way of getting into their writing groove but one of our favorite ways is by using music.
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the writers are writing. Everything is how it should be. But, wait, isn’t it almost summer?
What if you accidentally publish something you didn’t mean to publish?
A writer’s job is not to sell a story. That’s the job of your agent or editor.
The lines between genres are blurry. So, what can you do to make sure you’re on the right path when it comes to writing science fiction?