Today short story is literary Cinderella. While it waits and shivers at the thresholds of Today short story is the literary Cinderella. While it waits and shivers at the thresholds of publishers, the other literary genres which are considered serious pass through. It is… Continue Reading “Why Tales? by Valeri Stanoevich”
I was talking with a friend about writing and the complexities of character development suddenly hit me.
Hey Guys! I’m Veralyn Keach, the writer and author of the new fiction vampire series, “The Scent Of A Man.” I reside in Port St Lucie, Florida and when I’m not writing I’m glued to Netflix or Hulu!
I have been a software engineer for many years. When I was growing up, I loved math and computers and programs, and did not particularly enjoy talking with people! I found out as I got older that writing, in some form, is important for… Continue Reading “How a Software Engineer Became a Writer of Kids’ Books by Nisha Talagala”
Drafting my forthcoming novel NOUS NOUS (October 19 from Braddock Avenue Books) was unlike drafting any other novel I’ve written. You see, I originally composed the book in a Novel Writing Workshop class, one in which I asked my students to complete a full… Continue Reading “The Virtue of Pressure by JOHN VANDERSLICE”
The highly awaited and undisputed upcoming African classic literature ‘BITÉK, He From Whom Death Ran’ by Cameroonian author, Massocki Ma Massocki, and which will be released on the first of September was reviewed and featured on the Daily Info, a magazine of the University of Oxford in England,… Continue Reading “‘BITÉK, He From Whom Death Ran by Massocki Ma Massocki”
My first suspense novel, Shrink Rapt, took me eight years to complete, an arduous and gratifying accomplishment. As a psychologist, I value life lessons, especially when they come in the form of paradox. Slogging through to the finish taught me three vital things.