Alarm rings. Hit the snooze button. Only to want five more minutes of sleep. You’ll want to drink a cup of your favorite caffeine drink. Maybe later that day, you’ll get a refreshing can of Coke to top off lunch. 464 more words
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I am interrupting my regularly scheduled blog to briefly speak about the art of querying short stories.
I’ve been focused on fiction and poetry for so long, I am learning (today) that a cover letter for short stories is not as big of a beast as a query for short stories. 190 more words
Admittedly, I’ve been fascinated by author and science writer Mary Roach for awhile. Well, when an author writes non-fiction books titled Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal and Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex, it’s hard not to take notice. 475 more words
Lots of people want to know how to get started in making a career as a writer.
One of the first steps is making your name as a writer, and for young writers, that means entering competitions. 786 more words
I guess, like most, if not all of us, who publish papers, we hope that not only will our papers be read, but that they will be cited by others, not just ourselves. 1,309 more words