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The thing that most of us want to be in our writing is unique. It doesn’t have to be out in left field or pie in the sky to be unique. 171 more words

I’ve been hibernating. Injured back, too much on my plate, heavy stuff and too much rain… feeling bad that I haven’t been able to keep up with reading other stories… take your pick; I had to take a break. 324 more words

Tales From The Motherland

Catch-22, Final Book Review ):

Book Title: Catch-22

Author: Joseph Keller

Book Page count: 476

Review Word count: 579

Catch-22 Book review

Hey guys, the title isn’t trolling, this really is the last book review I’ll do here ): It has been a bunch of good times and I sincerely thank anyone who has read any post I have made. 564 more words

Day 1: Camp NaNo (April)

Hello folks! I have been missing from the blog-space for a while now. Hope you all are good!

Today is the first day of the April Camp NaNoWriMo. 347 more words

Journey Of A Beginning Author

A writing Revolt

In class, we had an introduction to what zines really were.

Little snippets of art; almost like a scrapbook, it shows the readers interesting topics in a short and concise way. 53 more words


Friday Fictioneers is a weekly flash fiction challenge, led by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Check out her blog for more details, or to join in. This week’s photo comes from Jennifer Pendergast. 259 more words

Tales From The Motherland

Two top tactics for plotting and editing

Whether you’re writing something brand new or breathing life back into a manuscript you’ve found languishing in a drawer, getting started can be tough. Keeping track of your story line and getting balance right is always difficult. 566 more words