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Writing Narrow or Writing Broad? Write on the River Notes

Do you write narrow, broad or both?

I’ve been struggling with my work in progress, Chasing the Son, and about 4 in the morning I realized a problem I’m having is I’m writing too narrow and linearly on a story that is actually broad and spread out over place and time. 384 more words

Write It Forward

Writer Resources - Inspiration and Prompts

Since I recently picked the pen up again I find myself searching the wide world of web resources for writing related tools. I open up Google, type what I believe to be a fairly straightforward request, hit search and wait to receive the requested item on the top of the search results.  558 more words


Finding the Fatal Flaw

It is the core of every struggle. The root cause of many reactions. It is a constant enemy lurking below the surface, waiting to rear its ugly head. 592 more words


A vivid fantasy world - guest blog by Charles Yallowitz

As a lover and reader of the fantasy genre, I am always fascinated by books sprouting in serials. I am amazed and fascinated by the vivid worlds and characters and creatures they offer, and I often find myself wondering what is it in the writer’s way of writing that makes those worlds survive their daily lives, lack of inspiration or the influx of new ideas. 665 more words

The Choir Of The Damned

There Comes A Time | My Own Worst Enemies

Today, I find myself feeling very sad.  Although I should say straight away that it has nothing to do with the sadness I see here.  Completely unrelated, is it.  643 more words


Reading Period and Other Information

We would like to inform you that our reading period begins in March and runs until July! If you are, or you know, a writer who needs a dedicated and passionate home for words, this is the time to query with us! 525 more words