Pages tagged with Writer

Education is fantastic, but there is only so far learning can take you. Practice, experience, and failure are guaranteed to advance your abilities and skills exponentially. Writing education is not that different to any other education - it is in our own unique experiences, dedication...
Writing is all about inspiration and, as you probably know, the latter one can be a fleeting thing. Still, over the years, many successful novelists have managed to grab a Muse by its tail — mostly by developing a set of habits that would inspire them to write. You can do, too!
As with any other careers in life, the writing career has its ups and downs, as well. However, as someone who is passionate about writing, I firmly believe that writing career gives you more rewarding opportunities.
Colorado Springs, CO - Tanisha Tankersley writer and former teen mom announced earlier this week that she will wed long time boyfriend Matthew Porter in August of 2012.
This is an article of what I have done since I have became a writer in July of 2011. It has been a very interesting few years for me. To me I have learned a lot of things with help from my friends and moderators to help me to become a better writer. My future is to become a freelance ...
Since I wanted my first piece of writing of 2016 to be wonderful, lovely, beautiful and to earn me many laurels I took some time to find a suitable subject.
So many things to be thankful for in life. I have listed a few of the things that I am thankful for and blessed with.
Self discovery through freelance wring. Learning what it really takes to be a freelance writing. It is for the money or it is for your own self expression.
Kevin Sweefarend is still remembering what he read from the book, "Snuf Blaffelaar visits Electopia", when he was trying to kill time whilst working as a shepherd. Quite a funny piece of writing...
Here is to you, dear writer, for not being afraid of using the words to make a change in the world.
Even when we are very different, in the end, the dream is exactly the same.
A sweet little poem about a not so sweet theme; the infamous writer´s block.
What would we mortals do without our legends and myths, A life without monsters, without curious legends, what would life be? Since writers are magpies, constantly on the prowl for sparkling ideas to line their manuscript nests, and there is no greater source of “sparkling” than ...
"Marzeus, you come as if you've been sent!", Mother calls me as I enter the West Wing. Mother and Auntie René are busy fiddling around at Mother's computer.
A page of poetry, including holiday destinations, love and loss, humorous, poetry for children and hard hitting issues such as domestic violence and child abuse. There is also inspirational and though provoking poetry. I try to be a little different and have many styles including my o...
The introduction to a short story that will have further segments to follow, taking on themes of revenge, panic and false heroism.
My dark novel EVIL WOMAN was published in 2013 and in June this year the sequel EVIL WOMAN...takes Revenge will follow. Read on to find out more about it.
Osama Bin Laden is dead and gone, but a new controversy about his death has started and is likely to gain more traction with the passage of time.
I have been writing since I was about 5 years old. I love written English on a page. I love the sound of English words. I write poetry and short stories. Most of all, I write, simply because I need to write. I wrote this to explain to someone else why writing is so important to me.
I wrote this article as part of the requirement for a wonderful online course I took called "42daysofwriting." This course taught us how to write in the flow of consciousness genre letting my ideas flow on paper without reservation.
Every body wish to look young even though their age is growing, they will use what ever the new they hear from news, paper about Ageing. Some times Coffee may decrease ageing and some may say Red wine will decrease ageing. But how far they are able stop ageing.
~the first bird, morning sparrow~runs from the sleep thing~there soft ‘cross her face~eyes wide in the moment~I found her on the dappled ground~it is a relaxing view, the parade~its relationship to madness~reading the bible, her lips moved~
The recent essay by Nigerian poet-cum writer which was also published in the Guardian in London,was a captivating and finely written essay. But just to echo some different opinion on the subject again,is this article here.
While Kenya writers are busy churning out manuscripts every day,there is a serious bottleneck among the local publishers.The question is; are publishers in this country truly saying there are no editors worth the salt with the red ink or are they unwilling to pay them enough to make i...
A little bit of poetry every now and then lightens the heart, sharpens the emotions and fuels the need for possibly anything. That's the blessing and curse, for being a writer.
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