On the heals of one of the subjects Dr. Jennifer Ikner Lowry talks about a lot on her podcast, this blogpost has some very important tips we should consider as both readers and writers.
To hear my interview onÂ the Jen Lowry Writes podcast, please visit the following link:
Â Hello to all readers and writers in the blogosphere. I hope you are enjoying my new â€œfeatured Book of the week columnâ€ and I certainly hope you went out and picked up your own copy of Three: An Electric Eclectic Book by P.J. Roscoe. If so, please share it with your friends and leave a … Read more
Here is a blog post that I found to be encouraging to me as a writer and as a reader. Reading outside your genre will inspire you in more ways than you can imagine. If that’s not reason enough to read far and wide, here’s another reason I started reading more than the genres I was comfortable with:Â IÂ found out that I like writing in fantasy and Christian mystery/thriller.Â Maybe this avenue of self-discovery will hold true for you in a different way, but you’ll never know if you don’t expand your reading preferences.
Please enjoy the following post and if you like it, please leave a comment on the original blog and give it a like and a share or two.
Have you ever read or heard an interview with an author, only to find that you have a couple of things in common with him or her? This has happened for me.
Here’s an interview with an author who I found to like a couple of the same things I do. See what you have in common with the author featured here. Please be sure to leave a comment on the PBS blog instead of mine.
Blessings and happy writing.
First of all, before I send you to visit this original post, I want to thank Rainne for sharing my books.
On another note, please stay tuned for an updated version of Stories Outside the Box, because I am planning to rebrand it Under Electric Eclectic Books, Satisfy your desire.
Finally, along with the genres I read, I also love fantasy, which I will ad to my bio for future posts. I hope you enjoy this post and please go out andÂ pick upÂ one or all of my books for your reading pleasure.Â Remember,Â writing from the heart adds value to your life.
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Here’s some encouragementfor you memoire writers out there.Â This postÂ also serves to encourage other writers .
I Loved this author interview, because it brought back memories of books I used to read. It just goes to show you that writers have to be bookworms like everyone else, in order to become theÂ writers we are today.
See how many of the books mentioned in this post you remember in your childhood. Please leave comments on the original blog. If you enjoy this post as much as I did, why not give it a like and a share or two.
Good morning everyone in the blogosphere. Today I am sharing an interview with one of our own wordpress community. To P.J. Lazos, owner of the site Green Life Blue Water, I really enjoyed this interview and I hope others who read it will check out your work as well.
I alsoÂ found journalingÂ to beÂ therapeutic for me after suffering emotional abuse twice. I also think music is a great source of healing,Â and combining itÂ with keeping a journal can help you get rid of the painful goop in your head and clear your mind for more creativity. Now, I find that my journal also surves as a dumping ground for scenes that I need to take out of my novels in progress.
Please read the post linked here and give it a like and a share or two. If you have a comment, please leave it on the author’s blog.
Blessings to you all and happy reading and writing.
Here’s a charming interview with an author I’ve never heard of, yet want to read someday.
Here are some reasons why reviews are so important. However, we must not let bad reviews shake our confidence in writing.
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Here is an interview with author Matt Whiteside, the author who will be interviewing me next week. This one’s for the thriller buffs.
This is an interview worth reading. the author’s view of the world is totally different than mine, although we are both blind.
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Calling all writers and bloggers!
For those of you who submit to a variety of magazines and journals, here is a bit of encouragement to remember when you get rejected.
Hi everybody I know Iâ€™ve been sharing a lot of valuable posts on my blog, but today, I have a character interview with Maylani. She is a magical creature I created called a native beacon. She stands about six feet tall, with a wing span of about six feet. I have just finished working on … Read more
Here’s a poem for your enjoyment on this fridgid day.
This holds true for all authors, no matter inÂ what genre you write. Please take this tip to heart and promote your books well.