Tag: writing

What Moves Me Most in My Novel by Sally Basmajian

I love to make people laugh, and So Hard to Do frisks along merrily, replete with many slapstick moments. While I was writing the novel, I experienced several laugh-out-loud moments, especially when my characters started acting inappropriately—or in some cases, idiotically. Once or twice,… Continue Reading “What Moves Me Most in My Novel by Sally Basmajian”

Inspirational Book Quotes

While books are always important for so many reasons, the following quotes inspire and lead you to think and wonder even further. There is a certain power that comes with words, and here you will find 50 inspirational quotes that have been taken from… Continue Reading “Inspirational Book Quotes”

My Book by Sherri Moshman-Paganos

In Step Lively: New York City Tales of Love and Change, I wanted to paint a picture of New York City back in the late 70’s and early 80’s, a time still so engraved in my memory. Against the backdrop of Manhattan, a young… Continue Reading “My Book by Sherri Moshman-Paganos”

Go Deep By Cathryn Vogeley

“I can’t publish a book. I’m not a real writer,” I said to my peers when they pushed me to publish. I discovered a passion for writing after retiring from four decades of nursing. Classes for beginners such as Bones of Storytelling with details… Continue Reading “Go Deep By Cathryn Vogeley”

Escaping Pretense by Deborah Jean Miller (Book Review #1239)

Escaping Pretense is a fictional story about Pretense Abdicator, who decides to make a plan to steal from her well-endowed financial clients and make a run for it. She works for a prestigious financial firm and works with the wealthiest clients who can make… Continue Reading “Escaping Pretense by Deborah Jean Miller (Book Review #1239)”

Bright Lights Bound by Darkness by I.M. Savage (Book Review #1230)

Bright lights bound by darkness is a sci-fi action story about a universe that is expanding until it is virtually empty. The remaining human inhabitants live with Nano, a sentient spaceship orbiting a dead dwarf star in an otherwise empty universe.

My hardship in writing by Dennis Scheel

Writing novels is not a short endeavor; at least, I haven’t experienced it to be. For the last five years, I have been working on my books in the Underworlds series, three novels so far, with the fourth and final one currently standing at… Continue Reading “My hardship in writing by Dennis Scheel”

The Dreaming Tree by Ruby Fink (Book Review #1216)

The dreaming tree is a children’s book and begins with a boy and a girl who have a tree that enables them to dream about anything they desire. The two children love the tree very much and spend a lot of their time pretending… Continue Reading “The Dreaming Tree by Ruby Fink (Book Review #1216)”

‘Ravensong and the power of change.’ by Brian Hayes

This story has a mythological element but does not correspond to any one system of belief I can find. Dayeus Pitar (Father of heaven) belongs to the Verdic mythology and is equivalent to the Greek god Zeus. Rhea is the daughter of the titan… Continue Reading “‘Ravensong and the power of change.’ by Brian Hayes”