I found…books through that frequent Amazon email that arrives in my inbox, tempting me to buy more books. It always looks the same.
Here are some books we think you’ll like. Can we tempt you to part with your money? …no, no, don’t go…check these out…click here… and as usual, Amazon is spot-on. … More #booksforwriters May 2017
Jason Meister was a fat kid. But he had a way about him–an air of authority at a public high school with an in-house probation officer and a student-body mean-GPA flat-lining in the low D range. Nobody messed with Jason–not even the seniors. He was in my sophomore English class–the one that met during third … More The Bluff-Meister
Spring is here, so get ready to flex some of your creative muscles. To prep for your writerly weekend, pick a prompt or two and free-write as a warm up or as a springboard into a new piece. Strive to continue the dialogue, but if narrative or exposition comes calling, ride the wave. Remember, don’t … More Free-Write Friday: Five Prompts-April
If you haven’t checked out a church for quite some time, or you consider yourself more “New Age,” then let me ask you, “How’s your life going?”
Personally, every single time my family stopped going to church, our lives pretty much went to hell… … More How’s Your Inner Peace Hanging?
In honor of National Poetry Month, let’s strip down to some bare ideas about the form. Is poetry in the eye of the beholder, or are there rules one must follow in order to be one of the annointed? A poet. Today’s writer’s craft post addresses that question, but does so by consulting some of … More #whatispoetry? #writer’scraft