Writing ideas are all around us. Whether live or still photos, there will always be images out there that pack a punch of emotions for creatives.
Is it a bad idea to pry and write about family skeletons or an expired confidentiality agreement signed by some kin?
Creative writers need to be exposed to people, places and ideas outside their scope of approval and interest
Listening is a budding writer’s learning tool that is as valuable as reading and observing
Being clued in on what goes on in life
requires a writer to pay close attention
within and outside one’s world
Whether you write poetry or fiction in any genre, you need this one attribute to attract readers’ engagement
Images, photos and any visual representations are tools in lighting up creativity
Cute, Cuddly but Quite Naughty They have to eat, too I finally remembered to carry…
This book may serve as an inspiration to aspiring and professional writers to explore the possibilities of being a ghostwriter, and perhaps be the next Andrew Crofts
A budding writer can and should explore what may be a life-changing pursuit, that of writing novels