Category: Guest Blog

Making Lemonade out of your Lemons by Jonathan Floyd

Making Lemonade out of your Lemons by Jonathan Floyd We all have frustrations in life. As a teacher and school counselor, I encountered many frustrations in the course of my career. Over the years, I watched SAT scores decline. I saw students making atrocious…

Author Interview – Ivan Brave

What’s your favorite thing you have written? If we’re talking about favorite because it gives me chills, then there are passages from my latest book that I keep turning to. If we’re talking about favorite because it’s resulted in my favorite life changes, then…

Please Return Toby Solano’s Musical Playlist

Please Return Toby Solano’s Musical Playlist (When You’re Done With It) One of my favorite things  I unintentionally learned about the joys of writing a book series versus a stand-alone novel is you get a chance to really live with your characters. In the…

Writing is an Iterative Process by 100 Lick

Writing is an Iterative Process by 100 Lick Many of us want to write a book. Many only wish to complete a story they are writing. And yet, only some do. Some of us would like writing to be our full-time job, but many…

Fiction Meets Reality

  FICTION MEETS REALITY NYT BESTSELLING AUTHOR TOSCA LEE’S NEW DUOLOGY REFLECTS LIFE OF POST-PANDEMIC U.S. IN HEADLINE-INSPIRED THRILLER  

Just Holden On by Ashley Parr

Just Holden On by Ashley Parr I always thought I would spend my days travelling the world and writing about all the amazing places I visited and the new people I met. However, I have learned after 33 years to stop trying to plan…

Truth or Fiction by Lorna Brown 

Truth or Fiction by Lorna Brown    I read an article a couple of years ago about a father, who cut his teenage daughter’s hair after she got highlights. It was her birthday and her mother treated her to the gift. The girl, I…

Going on an adventure with your characters by Dennis Scheel

Going on an adventure with your characters by Dennis Scheel   Reading a fantastic book, experiencing it with the characters is a feeling like no other. Especially if the voyage being told is a great one, but imagine going on the adventure you’re writing…

Writing Villains With Impact by Alex Bryant

Writing Villains With Impact by Alex Bryant  Villains. Let’s face it, while your hero can be inspiring and empathetic, it’s a well-written villain that always steals the show. Some are flawed but redeemable, while others are pure evil. But whatever the case, every good…