Three Tips on Writing Anything and Everything by Guest Blogger, Nancy Ling

I’ve been writing for over fifty years now, if I count my grade school tour de force, which includes a poem about raccoons and a Nancy Drew style mystery. Of course, I’m still a Work-In-Process, and I cannot give enough credit to all the various workshops and critique groups who have helped me a long … More Three Tips on Writing Anything and Everything by Guest Blogger, Nancy Ling

Stories Grow from Key Elements by Guest Blogger, Dawn Stephens

Stories grow from key elements: Setting, character, inciting incident, rising action, climax, surprise, conclusion. … More Stories Grow from Key Elements by Guest Blogger, Dawn Stephens

Reaching Outside Your Comfort Zone by Guest Blogger Rona Shirdan

One writer’s journey to writing and publishing her first educational book. … More Reaching Outside Your Comfort Zone by Guest Blogger Rona Shirdan

Sharpen Your Writing Communication Skills by Guest Blogger, Vanessa Fortenberry

A few weeks ago, I completed an interview for an online magazine. One significant question referred to the essential skills needed as a writer. I concluded that the list of important abilities that exist could be endless. So, I decided to emphasize the most significant communication skills based on my writing experience.  Communication- it seems easy enough. Right? … More Sharpen Your Writing Communication Skills by Guest Blogger, Vanessa Fortenberry

The National Day of Prayer by Guest Blogger Michelle Weltz

I can remember the first time I became aware of the National Day of Prayer. I was driving to work and as I passed by a church, I noticed their reader board message. It stated: 2 Chronicles 7:14 followed by an invitation to join them Thursday morning for their National Day of Prayer Breakfast at 6:30 a.m. … More The National Day of Prayer by Guest Blogger Michelle Weltz

Writing Clean YA Fantasy- by Guest Blogger Helena George

Writing Clean YA. … More Writing Clean YA Fantasy- by Guest Blogger Helena George

Five Reasons That A Not-Yet Published Author Should Use Social Media- By Guest Blogger, Mindy Baker

5 reasons to use social media BEFORE you publish your book. … More Five Reasons That A Not-Yet Published Author Should Use Social Media- By Guest Blogger, Mindy Baker

A Take on Making Short Videos- Part I by Guest Blogger, Hadassah Murdock

I have loved watching movie shorts since I was little but making one myself was harder than I expected. I quickly realized that I needed a grasp of basic storytelling, scriptwriting, filming, and editing in order to produce even a short, three-minute-long movie.   My first video short was made using an iPhone, LEGO  minifigures, and my … More A Take on Making Short Videos- Part I by Guest Blogger, Hadassah Murdock

Ships, Secrets, and Survivors: A Book Review and a Giveaway! by Nicole Dust, Guest Blogger

Ships, Secrets, and Survivors, the debut novel by Sarah Rodecker and Helena George, caught my eye when it was announced. It promised assassins on the run, swashbuckling pirates, and mysterious murders. As I had never read a pirate fantasy novel before, I didn’t know what to expect when I picked it up, but I was … More Ships, Secrets, and Survivors: A Book Review and a Giveaway! by Nicole Dust, Guest Blogger

Look Down by Guest Blogger, Sarah Hope

  Sweat drips down my back. I can actually see the heat rising in a misty line from the asphalt of the streets. But we have to keep going. I hike my backpack higher on my shoulders, hoping for some relief from the weight of the water bottles inside it and turn to my three … More Look Down by Guest Blogger, Sarah Hope