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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”

Maps of bliss and rage by Mario Dhingsa (Book Review #683)

Maps of bliss and range by Mario Dhingsa   Maps of bliss and range is a collection of 8 stories written about all over the world. The stories are a mixture of various topics such as revenge, politics, religion, and even fairytale style notions.

Pen-name or not? By Dennis Scheel

Pen-name or not? By Dennis Scheel   When we first sit down to write, one thing we must consider is about whether we wish to use Pen names, or just a version of our own name, (pseudonym). Many famous writers have used some version… Continue Reading “Pen-name or not? By Dennis Scheel”

Callie Bowld On Writing: “Get Off the Couch!” by Callie Bowld

Callie Bowld On Writing: “Get Off the Couch!” by Callie Bowld I wrote a book. While some say that is an applaudable task in and of itself—and I believe it is—I am also a perfectionist, an over-achiever if you will. I don’t settle for… Continue Reading “Callie Bowld On Writing: “Get Off the Couch!” by Callie Bowld”

SHOE POLISH by Neville Diony

SHOE POLISH by Neville Diony   When cars drive by, the dust will cover the sky before settling back down, only for a few minutes, as another vehicle speeds through the local highway, only to raise the earth again. The village sky remained mostly… Continue Reading “SHOE POLISH by Neville Diony”

Translating Stories Into Different Languages by Whitney Rines                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

                Translating Stories Into Different Languages by Whitney Rines     An experience I’ve found much more interesting lately, mainly because I’ve become much more aware of it, is translating stories into different mediums and filters, and how it… Continue Reading “Translating Stories Into Different Languages by Whitney Rines                                                                                                                                                                                                                                “