By Virginia Johnson and Julia Clare A couple of months ago, I wrote an article about the things I have learned being a PA. I have, on many occasions, needed to use the link to address questions rendered from readers that want to be a PA or current PA’s that reach out for support. […]
Over at Speculative Fiction Emporium we have just finished our very first ever “Writing Prompt Challenge” where we find a writing prompt online, usually Reddit, and set a word count limit, challenging authors and writers to step out of their comfort zone and flex their creative muscles. Each writer uses the prompt as the basis […]
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By Kyle Perkins So, a lot of people don’t seem to understand the implications of having ADHD and being an author at the same time. It leads to a lot of discomfort in friendships, people thinking you are lazy, and many other things I will catalogue in this article. I know a lot of people […]
By Bonny Capps My horror writing journey began a year ago when I was riding along in a bumpy semi, learning to live with very little, and enjoying the vagabond life. My starry eyes were set on the prize – a bestselling book – but, it seemed that would never happen. Still, I never gave […]
Before I start my little list of the five ways one successfully (or unsuccessfully) maintains a professional status as both mother and author, I’d like to acknowledge that, for the most part, many of us exist and many of us are just as pent up, desperate, and in dire need of release. There’s a […]