Staying Safe and Staying Sane – the 2020 Way: Walk, Write, Read, Repeat #health #writing #reading #Covid — Put it in Writing

Look away now if you don’t want to read a post with the ‘c’ word in it – and by ‘c’ word I mean Covid-19. Staying Safe It’s probably safe to stay, wherever you are in the world, that life during much of 2020 has been difficult, with us all having to get used to […]

Staying Safe and Staying Sane – the 2020 Way: Walk, Write, Read, Repeat #health #writing #reading #Covid — Put it in Writing

Believing the Numbers: The Implications of a Biden Landslide — Nakamoto News Network

If the polling data is accurate, former Vice President Biden is on track for a landslide victory in November – perhaps even one as large as George H.W. Bush’s blowout win in 1988. Biden’s margin is also likely to help Democrats flip the Senate and control all the elected branches of the Federal government. Unified […]

Believing the Numbers: The Implications of a Biden Landslide — Nakamoto News Network

The Pros and Cons of Book Blogging —

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme, hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books & Dani @ Literary Lion, where we discuss certain topics, share our opinions, and spread the love by visiting each other’s posts. This week’s topic is about the pros and cons of book blogging. I will say that the pros far outweigh the cons, and I […]

The Pros and Cons of Book Blogging —

Conspiracy Theories in Fiction to Inspire Your Page-Turner — A Writer’s Path

by Laura Peters   When it comes to a page-turner, we like the idea of something that is in-between reality and fiction. When we consider the enduring appeal of Kafka or Thomas Pynchon, the notion of the conspiracy theory is one of those devices that straddles the balance. Conspiracy theories can be real […]

Conspiracy Theories in Fiction to Inspire Your Page-Turner — A Writer’s Path

Unpacking Characters That Aren’t Like You — A Writer’s Path

by Andrea Lundgren   Sometimes when we write, our main characters aren’t all that unfamiliar. They may not be “us” exactly, but they might be fictional versions of ourselves—the people we’d like to be, sharing part of our own psychological makeup. This one might have our sense of adventure, that one our fondness for […]

Unpacking Characters That Aren’t Like You — A Writer’s Path

5 Things New Writers Need To Hear — A Writer’s Path

Source – CC0 License   by Laura Peters   As ever, there is a constant wave of fresh talent washing up on the shores of the ever-embittered world of writers. More established writers might worry about the competition but, really, we should trying to help our less experienced comrades reach their full potential. A broader […]

5 Things New Writers Need To Hear — A Writer’s Path

9 Writing Types to Avoid — A Writer’s Path

by Lev Raphael   Writing is lonely and sometimes it seems that the only people who truly understand what that feels like are other writers, but the bond can be deceptive.  Just because someone else writes doesn’t mean that they’re truly simpatico.  Be careful who you choose to bring into your writing world and […]

9 Writing Types to Avoid — A Writer’s Path

Mistakes I’ve Made While Writing My First Book — A Writer’s Path

by Manas Patil   The biggest mistake one can make while writing a book is to give up. Writing a book can be exciting yet challenging at the same time, we’ve all been there. I almost gave up before my draft made it to an editor. But I did finish. Though I did finish […]

Mistakes I’ve Made While Writing My First Book — A Writer’s Path