Tag: writing

The X. J. Kennedy Poetry Prize

Texas Review Press is accepting submissions for their X. J. Kennedy Poetry Prize, which seeks to publish one full-length collection of poetry per year.

Video Review – The Black Shade of White by Justice Cattleya

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… Continue Reading “Writing is an Iterative Process by 100 Lick”

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… Continue Reading “Truth or Fiction by Lorna Brown “

Quote of the day

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Quote of the day

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How Themes Add impact to a Novel by Evelyn Puerto

  How Themes Add impact to a Novel by Evelyn Puerto   Squeals of glee mixed with a deeper laughter came from the stairs. My four-year-old grandson was playing one of his favorite games with his dad: sliding down the stairs.   He’d want… Continue Reading “How Themes Add impact to a Novel by Evelyn Puerto”

A collaboration of authors by Dennis Scheel

A collaboration of authors by Dennis Scheel               In the world of writing, we always start with an idea, which turns into a script filled by our hard work, hundreds of hours, if you can settle for only that spent writing, editing or… Continue Reading “A collaboration of authors by Dennis Scheel”

How a Memoir Transforms Lives By Robert Jacoby and John Robinette

 How a Memoir Transforms Lives By Robert Jacoby and John Robinette Our book, Never Stop Dancing: A Memoir, is actually three stories: it’s John’s story of losing his wife Amy, killed instantly in a pedestrian traffic accident, and left alone to raise their two… Continue Reading “How a Memoir Transforms Lives By Robert Jacoby and John Robinette”