Tag: guest post

Cancel culture by Dennis Scheel

Scott Cawthon, the creator of FNAF (Five Nights At Freddy’s) was recently doxed and his family was threatened with home invasions, forcing him to retire. But what could cause a debacle like that? I found it shocking, but his political views led to his… Continue Reading “Cancel culture by Dennis Scheel”

A Little Chat with N J M Hemfrey

What are your published works? I self-published my first book, “Haxfuri”, in February 2020. Haxfuri is a cosmic grimdark horror that doesn’t care about your feelings, and I’ve been firmly assured of this by people who have read it. At 640 pages, it is… Continue Reading “A Little Chat with N J M Hemfrey”

Writing Unique Phrases by A. Carina Spears

Greetings gentle reader! Welcome to a guest post on writing unique phrases for your world-settings.  I’m A. Carina Spears and I’ll be your guide today!  My works range from horror to romance.  That said, my favorite genre is fantasy.  So let’s examine a quote… Continue Reading “Writing Unique Phrases by A. Carina Spears”

An Interview With David Seaburn

What genre Is Broken Pieces of God? Broken Pieces of God is contemporary literary fiction. Primarily, this means it is a character driven story. What Is the main plot of the book? The main plot revolves around the lives of Eddy and Gayle Kimes… Continue Reading “An Interview With David Seaburn”

Do you think you have nothing to say? Nothing to offer the world?

Think again! The Journey of Finding My Voice By Barbara Carter I once felt I had nothing of valve to offer. Nothing of value to say to the world. From a young age I was shy and afraid of so many things. In school… Continue Reading “Do you think you have nothing to say? Nothing to offer the world?”

Writing Process (Generalized Version) By Nathan Nish

I’m always thinking of story ideas. Sometimes they start “Wouldn’t it be cool if…” or during some bout of existential angst alongside general feelings mixing somewhere between ennui and anomie. In any case, they have to pass what is here referred to as “The… Continue Reading “Writing Process (Generalized Version) By Nathan Nish”

Our Absurd Ability to Believe Fictional Stories and What That Means for Our Lives by Grow the Concept’s Founder

Our Absurd Ability to Believe Fictional Stories and What That Means for Our Lives We can believe a made-up story. A story about a spider-man, a wizard school where kids fly on broomsticks or even a team of ghostbusters.We can feel the emotions evoked… Continue Reading “Our Absurd Ability to Believe Fictional Stories and What That Means for Our Lives by Grow the Concept’s Founder”

A Little Conversation from Jennifer L. Rowlands

A common question I’ve heard of authors is “What is your writing process?” I’ve answered this question myself, though I questioned it. I mean, what is a writing process? Does the asker just want to know how I find a quiet place where I… Continue Reading “A Little Conversation from Jennifer L. Rowlands”

An Interview With Sherry Quan Lee

 What’s your favorite thing you have written? I think favorite could be interpreted in various ways. I co-wrote a performance piece, Black White Chinese Women Got the Beat, with a woman twenty years younger than me. The significance of that writing was the similarities… Continue Reading “An Interview With Sherry Quan Lee”