Logan Daggett has irrefutable proof the legendary Robin Hood is real. A 900 year-old heirloom holds the answers to all the questions ever asked about Robin Hood – even his origin and real name. But others want the heirloom for themselves and are willing to kill for it before Daggett can release his news to the world.
Added by Greg Smith on April 18, 2020 at 8:34am —
"Vicki Hinze writes with heart. Hallmark Movie fans will love this holiday treat!"
--Debra Webb, USA Today Bestselling Author
About the Book: On the eve of their wedding, Lauren Holt receives a text message from her fiancé David… Continue
Added by Vicki Hinze on November 5, 2019 at 7:04am —
Working as a writer in today’s world has become more challenging and probably among the most dangerous jobs there is. We could easily produce a roster of prolific writers who battled with certain types of illnesses, including depression.
Most writers would find themselves sitting in their nook and getting immersed with their work for as long as they could. Not to mention, the long hours of staring at blank… Continue
Added by Patrick Bailey on July 18, 2019 at 6:11am —
Ghost Writer, Inc. on Living and Dead Jews…PEOPLE. Maybe they’re where we want to be. No, I have a family to serve and protect. With my hard-earned money. Which I make by being a ghostwriter. Lately, only of sorts. I am now semi-retired and do certain select projects. Mostly editing and shorter works. Things that get my attention fast and really capture my unlimited fancies.…
Added by Karen S. Cole on May 1, 2019 at 4:00pm —
Added by Dennis J. Pitocco on April 19, 2019 at 5:25am —
Thoughts on the writing life that are the experiences of one individual, that will also be similar to what other writers have tasted in the realm of writing and the like. That is our pen talking. The true muse lives in the ink.
How a Story forms:
A simple idea gets us off the mark and running… Continue
Added by Don Ford on March 7, 2019 at 10:35am —
Google, Bing, Ask and many other search engines are visited by millions of readers every day in search of reliable information, and in today's lesson, I am going to show you how to increase your keyword search results on these search… Continue
Added by Judd Miller on February 18, 2019 at 12:30am —
In the last decade, things have changed dramatically in the writing and publishing business, and will never be the same again. Anybody, perhaps almost everybody nowadays with any kind of computer seems to be having a go at it! Nowadays then, to some agents and acquisition editors, it must seem that there are far more writers around today than there are readers. Why do they do it? The irresistible lure of possibly doing another Harry Potter?
Perhaps things have become an…
Added by Tony Thorne MBE on January 17, 2019 at 3:30am —
…where everything goes from roses and sunshine to something much more akin to the southernmost drafts of northbound horse?… Continue
Added by Bobby Horecka on November 26, 2018 at 8:30pm —
Dag and the other cats made their way down the silent street in an effort to find the second course of their dinner. Unconcerned, they strolled down Maxwell Street, the home of Flinz, a notorious cat who was feared by the entire feline population of the city. It was rumored that Flinz’s breath could kill a dove! Continue
Maxwell Street lay in the belly of discomfort, and its ugliness was there for all eyes to see. The streetlights were dim; they had seen better days. The…
Added by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren on November 18, 2018 at 4:46am —
How to market to multiple book review websites at once
The K-Instant Dashboard is a powerful web-based software that every writer/publisher need to acquire for themselves. It is a do-it-yourself website application that can instantly… Continue
Added by Judd Miller on September 11, 2018 at 10:30pm —
Before the bananas ripe
let's meet at least once
lest the fog dampen passion
let's water our love
the sun is bright this morning
and night's promising
let's meet and unfreeze winter
of years, drink some wine
restore warmth of faith and hope
and heal the breaches
without black goggles for seeing
let's meet at least once
From: YOU CAN'T SCENT ME AND OTHER… Continue
Added by Ram Krishna Singh on July 16, 2018 at 3:07am —
One of my clients asked me this question. This may seem like a dumb question, but it’s worth discussing so as to help writers who are new to the game. Short answer: The god of fiction has not prescribed the length of a scene. A scene should be as long as it needs to be in order to accomplish its goal. Each scene should be planned before the writing begins. The plan must begin with establishing its purpose. The scene should incorporate at least one of these purposes:
Added by Paul Thayer on July 15, 2018 at 4:30pm —
A Twisted Shade Of Green series, book one "Portrayal Of Lust and Revenge", is now at amazon.com, … Continue
Added by Eloise Epps MacKinnon on July 15, 2018 at 1:52pm —
7:10 a.m. Monday morning...
Black crows flew in Henry Applewhite’s dreams. Maybe it was a Poe thing? Redemption? Atonement? He crossed his chest, raised the knife above his head. He couldn't make up his mind whether to cut on a forty five degree angle or slice it horizontally with and butter toast. He bites. Ummm!Umm! Henry decided to slit it down the middle. He was alone but he wasn't a winner like Fleetwood Mac—most of…
Added by G. Franklin Prue on July 15, 2018 at 1:18pm —
If we are going to understand what contemporary poetry is, we need to clearly define our terms and understand what we mean by them. In searching this out, I found one reference that put it quite well:
By definition of its namesake, contemporary poetry is considered poetry written within our lifetime, and includes poems written approximately from the mid-20th century to the present day. The various types of contemporary poetry do not differ so much from each other as…
Added by DE Navarro on July 15, 2018 at 1:17pm —
Added by Susanne Leist on July 9, 2018 at 6:50pm —
Since starting Thayer Literary Services, a book editing business, in 1997 and after reading what seems like a gazillion first novels, I have seen the same mistakes over and over again. After a while I started calling them “the usual suspects.” I have considered collecting them into a book, but I thought that seeing so many of… Continue
Added by Paul Thayer on July 7, 2018 at 1:57pm —
First off, thank you Indie Writer’s Support for giving me this opportunity to air my dirty laundry, well not all of it. I’ll save something for next time.
Every writer’s journey is fraught with humorous anecdotes, stumbles, pitfalls, and miracles. Yes, it is a journey that perfectly mirrors this adventure we call life, and just like life, you better hold on tight, because as the country western lyric says it’s going to be “one Hell of a ride”.
I have… Continue
Added by Belle Ami on July 7, 2018 at 10:03am —
For those of you who already know the answer to the question at hand, I applaud you.
But there are a few who might be wondering why, in fact, one would ever worry about editing. Two schools of thought rally around this subject. Some of you might be thinking one or both of the following:
- Who needs an editing service? For God’s sake, I could edit the local newspaper in my sleep. I’ve got this, people!
- Why should I bother with editing? That doesn't…
Added by Marie Lavender on July 1, 2018 at 3:05pm —