By Kristena MearsPhoto by Aidan Bartos on Unsplash That morning is seared into my memory. September 11, 2001. The day we saw evil. The day we watched in horror as lives were snuffed out. I was still in bed when my hubby turned on the T.V. He would often turn on an old show if I was still… Read More Remembering That Tuesday
by Leona Pence and Kristena Mears Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a writer? Do you have a dream, but don’t know where to go from there? Or, maybe you have a friend or family member who has this goal. They’ve even written a manuscript and now need to polish… Read More F2K (Fiction for 2000)
Agatha Christie was a successful author, she was best known for her 66 detective novels and more than 15 short stories. but she also suffered from dysgraphia which meant she was unable to comprehend legible written work. Most of us have heard of dyslexia, but what is dysgraphia? People with dysgraphia have these symptoms… Cramped… Read More Friday Fun Facts – Agatha Christie
guest blogger Mike Garrett Feature photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash An analogy to illustrate the dynamics of attracting a publisher . . . Imagine there’s a seamstress who makes beautiful draperies. She’sconfident that she’s the best in town, yet inferior draperies drastically outsell hers. What gives? Her craftsmanship is flawless! She learns that a nearby business plans… Read More Why Should I have my work professionally edited?
Guest blogger Chloe Flanagan – Poem Bug on a Flower I am a bug on a flower, A smudge on a looking glass, A grain of the sand on the seashore, A blade of the sun-withered grass. I am a bug on a flower; Not distinct like the butterfly, Not so fierce as a hornet… Read More Fun Friday Poem