Tag: writer

When is the best time to read? by Jeyran Main

When is the best time to read? by Jeyran Main Studies have shown that reading for at least 6 minutes a day reduces stress by up to 68%. Experts say that it is always best to read in the mornings; however, there are debates… Continue Reading “When is the best time to read? by Jeyran Main”

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… Continue Reading “Going on an adventure with your characters by Dennis Scheel”

The Writer by J.C. Maetis (Book Review #660)

The Writer is a historical fiction set in the 1938’s. The story is about Mathias Kraemer, Johannes Namal, and Josef Weber. Three protagonists at a time and age where one has to write in order to live, the other lives just to be able… Continue Reading “The Writer by J.C. Maetis (Book Review #660)”

Editing vs Self-editing by Dennis Scheel

Editing vs self-editing by Dennis Scheel Editing is a big concern for writers, especially fresh the ones trying their first story. After finishing their story, the idea comes to if you should self-edit or get an editor. There are things such as Grammarly which… Continue Reading “Editing vs Self-editing by Dennis Scheel”

Fiction Writers Are People Too by Rod A. Walters

Fiction Writers Are People Too by Rod A. Walters That’s silly. Of course, they are people. WHY SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS WRITE FICTION! Still, I never fail to learn something of direct use during an evening with this good fiction-people. You know you’ve had… Continue Reading “Fiction Writers Are People Too by Rod A. Walters”