Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Reality of Magic

By |May 31st, 2013|

The Reality of Magic

The Reality of Magic. This guest post comes from author, Dr. G. Michael Vasey. He is the author of more than 200 articles and several books in the energy & Commodities industry, two books of poetry, and several books about magic and our ability to shape our reality.

What is Magic?

 

The word ‘magic’ […]

Top 6 Books to Help Your Writing

By |May 19th, 2013|

Top 6 Books to Help Your Writing. This guest article comes from Angie Picard0.

 

 Are great writers born or are they made? The answer: both. There are people out there who are innately driven to write, they write because there is something within them that pushes them to put their thoughts and ideas to paper; for […]

Metaphor in Memoir

By |May 16th, 2013|

Metaphor in Memoir. This article comes from author Monica Lee.

 

Evocative details bring any story to life, but they are particularly important in memoir.

Memoir, the true story of your life or at least the truth as you see it, can come off as boring and journalistic if events are told simply as they happened. Metaphorical language […]

How to Get Kids Excited about Reading and Writing

By |May 15th, 2013|

How to Get Kids Excited about Reading and Writing. This article comes from writer and mom, Amber Satka. She writes for her app site and about financial topics, such as car refinancing rates.

 

As a writer or a book lover, it may be hard for you to understand how other people may not share your enthusiasm. […]

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels

By |May 10th, 2013|

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels. This post comes from mystery author Jan Christensen. She’s a writer that has experience in writing shorts stories and novels.

 

When I first made a firm decision to become a  writer, I decided that writing short stories could teach me a lot about how to make up a good […]

Pros and Cons for MFA Writers

By |May 8th, 2013|

Pros and Cons for MFA Writers.  Angie Picardo of NerdWallet is the guest writer today.  

 

Writing is a fine art form that takes years of practice to perfect. Some may never achieve the star status as a writer that they hope to accomplish, while a select few have so honed their craft that they became […]

Jodi Picoult and Mummy

By |May 7th, 2013|

 Jodi Picoult and Mummy. This post comes from Cina Coren. She’s a contributing editor for DailyForex and a freelance writer for various publications. She is also a ghost author of several autobiographies.

 

I have just finished reading another of Jodi Picoult’s novels. It is astounding how each of her books seems to speak directly to me. […]

Jodi Picoult and Mummy

By |May 7th, 2013|

 Jodi Picoult and Mummy. This post comes from Cina Coren. She’s a contributing editor for DailyForex and a freelance writer for various publications. She is also a ghost author of several autobiographies.

 

I have just finished reading another of Jodi Picoult’s novels. It is astounding how each of her books seems to speak directly to me. […]

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Disability

By |May 3rd, 2013|

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Disability
By The Watchman, Author Matt Langford
 

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Difficulty. This is a great guest post from Matt Langford. His book, The Watchman, is about a young man with a learning disability. Matt knows about this subject well since […]