Synopsis: A unique, beautifully designed journal filled with helpful tips and invaluable advice vital for every aspiring romance novelist—and every romance fan! For romance writers and readers alike, How to Write a Romance is a sleek, inventive journal that will inspire you to create love stories that stir the heart, tease the imagination,... Continue Reading →
Synopsis: This book is built around the idea that PR as a communications discipline has no boundaries. It is the PR professional's manual for creating that specific type of mindset and building the necessary skills to meet today's communications challenges, which include mastery of the fundamentals, cultivating unbridled... Continue Reading →
Synopsis: Following on the heels of Lisa Cron's breakout first book, Wired for Story, this writing guide reveals how to use cognitive storytelling strategies to build a scene-by-scene blueprint for a riveting story. It’s every novelist’s greatest fear: pouring their blood, sweat, and tears into writing hundreds of pages only to realize that their story... Continue Reading →
Criticism Anyone? Every where we live with the fact that we may not excel with every piece that we have written and tossed out to the public to critic. There are no harsher words than when one receives the bad criticism. It surely takes that dip into our writer's ego. Yes, we writers have an... Continue Reading →
ANY AUTHORS/ WRITERS/ OR POETS INTERESTED IN BEING PLACED IN THIS ISSUE MUST FILL OUT THE CONTACT FORM BELOW. Please, leave your name and email address in the comment box in the form. Also, state if you are an author, writer, or poet. And what you would like featured and or published in our issue. Bloggers,... Continue Reading →
POETRY CHALLENGE Using the words in the box below, construct a poem. You must use all the words in your poem. You can write any form of peom you like as long as you use all of the words below. Then post your poems in the comment area below!
w Writing Experiment For this simple, yet fun experiment, I want you to choose 5 famous men and 5 famous women. Make a list list for the men & women. Now these 10 people are to undergo a scientific experiment. They all have to live in an enormous size dome world where the grass is... Continue Reading →
Characteristics of a Good Hook Attracts the reader's interest. Can be written in the form of a question. Can be something silly or funny. Connects with the readers. Leaves an impression upon your readers. Keeps them up reading all night long. Makes them want to read your next book. Can be written as a cliffhanger.... Continue Reading →
For this homework assignment, you are to write a 1,500 word chapter for your story.Remember to write a scene, then a sequel. This will help you write your chapter faster by breaking it down into small tasks such as scenes and sequels. If you can't remember what a scene and sequel are, then you can find... Continue Reading →
Write a story about how far your character would go to get what he/or she desperately needs?How many murders will be committed before they police and leads detectives could connect them together? Who was the first victim? And why? What are the motives? And who will be the last to die? Or will the last... Continue Reading →
Your character has a family and a stable job. Then something happens that reminds him of the plans he had when he was younger, to become an actor and live a creative life without ties of any kind. What happens to make him remember this? He starts to wonder if he's made the right choices.... Continue Reading →
Your Writing Challenge is to fill out the worksheets inside the link! These two worksheets will help you plan your novel or short story.Novel Planning Worksheets
Using a draft of your work-in-progress, write a 500-word synopsis of your novel idea in the style of back cover copy.Then, answer the following questions:Is this story substantial enough, interesting enough?Does the main conflict of the story open to several mini-conflicts?Why do you think this story is interesting or universally appealing?What is the concept of... Continue Reading →
When your are told to explore the inciting incidents within books to use for your own novel, it can be confusing as to what that means. Inciting incident is the moment or event that changes your character's and sets them on their journey that goes from the beginning until the end of the book. So,... Continue Reading →
Rainy DaysThe times children cant come out and play,And so listening to their parents say,they are only to stay,deep within the house of brick-clay,and silently watch as the rain washes the windows with its spray,and it is only soon that the parents silently pray,that the children's good behavior will remain.
In this competition, you are challenged to write a poem that tells a story and also rhymes. The winner will have their work published in our monthly magazine featuring their work 🙂 Please post your responses down below in the comment area!Best of luck! 🙂
For this writing competition, you are to write and edge of the seat thriller, horror, or something that will terrorize your readers. This can be any length. Those with the most votes on their responses will be published in our monthly magazine featuring them and their story. Post you responses down below in the comment... Continue Reading →
Use this sentences in your story: There was something cold in that room. You could feel it.Then post your response down below in the comment area for feedback!
Are you ready??!! 🙂 Today's writing challenege, all of you are to write a short story using only 150 words!! Write a short story in any genre category. For help with what to write about for this challenge, write about an event that has happened during this month into a fiction story. Please post your... Continue Reading →
Creative writing is my way,creative writing is my play,creative writing is how I start my day,creative writing is what you will hear me say,creative writing never fades away..creative writing is here to stay!!