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New Words or Old?

One of the important ways to tie together novels in a series is using similar titles. It’s a marketing trick, but a useful one, and it’s at least 80 years old. 443 more words

Writing

From "The Trunkeling" by Anonymous

“These men have clearly been trampled,” said the investigator.

“No,” said Detective Foster. “Look at the splinters, the root marks. They’ve been trunkled. Our perp is a middle aged maple tree, maybe 12’2″.” 10 more words

Excerpt

How I Got Over My Writer's Block! (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Vipasha Bansa

Founder & Owner of: Life of a Bibliophile

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Writing Writer

I am new to the blogging world…only few months of experience, still from past few weeks I simply cannot make myself to write anything. 456 more words

Writing

Subduction

  1. Him

Tina had heard of him. He was an Economics major, minored in psychology—infamous, if she had to describe his reputation. She didn’t think it was that bad or if he was… 388 more words

College

"RESTLESS" (a short tale)

Only a wise, patient and unbiased mind can relate to this tale. On that note, welcome to this edition of TELL-TALE-TIME on VLtv. Read this tale and share your thoughts through the comment section. 1,088 more words

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Snoozing (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Oyedele Aanuoluwapo

Founder & Owner of: Burnamite09

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer

I’m good at snoozing alarms, as a matter of fact i have 3 different alarms and i snooze at least two of the three, but that stopped the day i took a nap after the alarm and i didn’t wake up until 5 A.M., i rushed to the bathroom, took a quick bath and rushed to the bus stop because i missed my neighbor that drops me at work. 201 more words

Writing

Painted Lives

My people were creators. They painted the life they saw around them. Animals. Women. Children. The grasses blowing long in the fields.

They painted lives with what we had available: berries, stones that smeared color, mud, plant juices. 195 more words