by Jennifer Silva Redmond “Overindulgence” was already the topic, and then Joy Pixley added a question on the O.C. Writers Facebook page that was perfectly timed. “How do you know Continue reading
It’s here! The first Crime Writer Academy Course by Vollmer Institute.
by Lisanne Harrington and Cary Christopher Believability. Setting is an important element of any good story, but even more so in horror fiction. Readers of horror expect to be entertained Continue reading
Not everyone is a lover of history, but most people do love to talk about themselves. Some go the extra mile and write a memoir. What does it take to Continue reading
by Sheri Fink, Best-selling, Award-winning Children’s Author One of the biggest decisions today’s aspiring authors make is whether to go the traditional route with a publisher (whether large or small) Continue reading
By Dr. Diane Rogers In the United States, women earn more college and graduate degrees than men. Women also make up half the U.S. workforce. Numerous studies show corporate profitability Continue reading
by John Brantingham I write formal poetry for the same reason that I hike. Both help me to reach a higher level of understanding of the self. Hiking is essentially different Continue reading
by Megan Haskell. The creative life is filled with ups and downs. How do you survive the feasts and famines in your writing? Continue reading