Getting your work published can be a tricky and daunting experience. One of the most important elements to getting published is to submit a clean manuscript with as few errors as possible. As an amateur writer; however, there are more rules to breaking into the published world than there are for established writers. Knowing what […]
You’ve seen my flash fiction before, and now here it is again, but in just six words. Passionate dreams, scattered with her ashes. Try out this challenge. Give me your best fiction in six words (or thereabouts) in the comments.
When I weep, granules of sand roll down my cheeks instead of tears. Within my internal desert, once filled with starlight and birdsong, I cry over loves snatched by death, while sand piles up at my feet, and I feel myself sinking among the arid desolation, cactus spines, and carcasses. Now it’s your turn. […]
I planned to share a flash fiction piece this week; however, I received some exciting news that I really can’t wait to share with all of you, and out of it there’s also a topic I thought I’d touch on. First of all, the news. My novelette, “Alger’s Dimension” has been accepted by Disturbed Digest. […]
Last week’s post on the Dangers of Comparing Yourself to Other Writers made me ponder more on why writers write. I came up with a few reasons people are drawn to write in that post, and I’ve added a few: · passion – the inner drive that longs for putting words into print · to […]