Category: Writing

Lists, Reading, Writing

10 Old-Fashioned Words We Need to Resurrect!

Social media has brought us dozens of new words and phrases. “Bae’s eyebrows are on fleek” is a sentence no one would have uttered just five years ago; today, however, most Millennials know exactly what it means. Though new words are coming into vogue every month, many others have been lost. We think it’s high …

Author, Guest Entry, Writing

Rose Raven – What Inspires Me?

Guest Post by Rose Raven (Author of The Pirate’s Lover, The Pirate’s Captive, The Pirate’s Choices, The Colonel’s Captive, and The Gambler’s Debt) “I tend to write on a whim, rather than in a focused way… so a lot of this is just whim-orientated bits of nothing that turn into a story. I like to …

Guest Entry, Writing

Styles of Writing And Which Person

Guest Entry by H. Ravenholm Having dissected all those potential pitfalls that await an author in this complicated world, let’s now look at the styles of writing and which person you write in.

Guest Entry, Writing

Styles Of Writing

Guest Entry by H. Ravenholm It’s a definite – there are probably as many styles of writing as there are people (read that potential authors, read that potential authors we want to publish  ). But… and that’s an everlasting but for all authors… what if, that terrible, niggling if, what if what you are …

Author, Guest Entry, Writing

Brooke Holme – I Find Inspiration In…

Guest Entry by Brooke Holme (Author of Dangerous Jungles, Masks, Times Apart and In The Middle of Things) “I’ve got a strong background in social sciences, so my background creates the twists and plots in the story. I often get worried that I include too much of the more technical in my books, so I …