Category: Guest Blog

Hurricane Sandy and Holly’s Hurricane by Marie Carter

Hurricane Sandy and Holly’s Hurricane by Marie Carter   Out of destruction, can also come creativity, or in my case, a novel. On October 29, 2012, the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, flooding streets, tunnels, and subway lines, and cutting… Continue Reading “Hurricane Sandy and Holly’s Hurricane by Marie Carter”

Challenging the Impossible by Christian Hofsetz

Challenging the Impossible by Christian Hofsetz (Image source: https://chracatoa.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/challengingtheimpossible.jpg) Challenging the Impossible When I was 8 years old, my best friend asked me a serious question. “What would you do if everybody in the world was held hostage, and the only way to save them… Continue Reading “Challenging the Impossible by Christian Hofsetz”

The Revealing Cover – Legends of the Exiles by Jesse Teller

The Revealing Cover   I needed to go to a place I had never been before. I needed to reinvent the way we did covers. Writing Legends of the Exiles was a new experience for me. I write female characters a lot and have… Continue Reading “The Revealing Cover – Legends of the Exiles by Jesse Teller”

Descriptions by Keith Julius

Descriptions by Keith Julius          I love descriptive passages in books, the kinds that grab hold and yank you away from the humdrum concerns of everyday life. One of the great things about reading is it allows you to escape from reality for a… Continue Reading “Descriptions by Keith Julius”

The difference between theory and practice by I.V. Olokita

The difference between theory and practice by I.V. Olokita   Theoretically, he is dead. Practically he is still alive. But this is the truth only for this moment because everything is almost over, All but Mikel’s last breaths. They and a few more reflections that… Continue Reading “The difference between theory and practice by I.V. Olokita”

Finally Giving Writing a Try by Idelle Kursman

Finally Giving Writing a Try by Idelle Kursman I always loved writing and people often complimented my work, but it never occurred to me to try to publish a book. The idea struck me when my twins were born. I would read children’s books to… Continue Reading “Finally Giving Writing a Try by Idelle Kursman”

Pantser vs. plotters. by Dennis Scheel

Pantser vs. plotters. by Dennis Scheel   Many authors blend their stories into many different genres. The main one first, then many little ones mixed in for goodwill… or just for the heck of it. Then there are also those, who fall into them by… Continue Reading “Pantser vs. plotters. by Dennis Scheel”

An Article by Damien Larkin

When I was ten, I had a grading at my Tae Kwon Do club. If I passed, it meant I would move up to a more advanced belt. How much preparation did I do? Virtually, none.

THE ETHICS OF A.I. by Heidi J. Hewett

THE ETHICS OF A.I. by Heidi J. Hewett   People have been making tools since the early Stone Age to help us do things. Sometimes we build things just to see if we can. Artificial Intelligence straddles both. I think that’s part of what makes… Continue Reading “THE ETHICS OF A.I. by Heidi J. Hewett”