Recent Posts - page 19

  • 10 Reasons that will Encourage you to Read (1 min read)

    Originally posted on Millionaire's Digest:
    Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Pradeep Shrivastava Founder & Owner of: Pradeep Shrivastava Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Blogging, Books, Entertainment, Family & Life, Successful Living Writer and Writing Writer Reading has many benefits; here…

  • Scenes and Sequels???

    Scenes can have Sequels

    I had always thought that a scene was a scene; that you write what happens, who is involved and how they feel. Pretty standard stuff really. But then I read about sequels, and my mind went boom! For years I… Read More ›

  • 5 Ways to Reduce Your Distractions with Technology (2 min read)

    Originally posted on Millionaire's Digest:
    Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Edah Deborah Founder & Owner of: EbonyDebbie Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Food, Healthy Living and Successful Living Writer Technology has made our day today lifer easier in so many…

  • The Hero’s Journey

    Exploring the hero's journey

    The Hero’s journey is a widespread form of story structure derived from mythologist Joseph Campell’ s ‘Monomyth’ from his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces, which was originally published in 1949 There are twelve steps, and as you go… Read More ›

  • How to Keep Writing (Even If You Have a Day Job): 5 Tips from Novelist Jennifer Close

    If you’re an eternal procrastinator like me, then this post has some excellent advice on how to just power through and write. Source: How to Keep Writing (Even If You Have a Day Job): 5 Tips from Novelist Jennifer Close

  • The End

    The End

    Hi, everyone, what I’m posting here is the first draft of a short story (approx 3000 words) that I’ve been working on. The point of the project that I had set myself was to see if I could portray enough… Read More ›

  • Writing Flash Fiction

    The key to flash fiction is brevity

    For those who don’t know, Flash fiction or the short-short story as it is also known, is a type of fiction writing that relies on brevity and can be read – or written I suppose – in a flash. Surprisingly, at least… Read More ›