Posts with the Category of: writing

Web Hosting Benefits

There are several benefits of web hosting for your business when using a hosting provider. Below we will list these benefits and discuss some of the best web hosting providers in the market. You save money When you choose the best wordpress website hosting company, they often offer an unlimited bandwidth, which is always a nice bonus. […]

And the Oscar goes to…


As a writer, would you rather adapt an existing work for the big screen, or start from scratch? Each task probably uses a different set of writing muscles. Whether it’s creating the screenplay for “The Theory of Everything” from Jane Wilde’s memoir, or creating the original story for “Boyhood,” as writer and director Richard Linklater […]

Announcement: Sweet Bye and Bye Wins Honorable Mention

SWEET BYE AND BYE by Anne Randolph (previously titled The Sweet Not Enough) won Honorable Mention in The Writers’ Workshop (Asheville, NC) Literary Fiction Contest. We found your story to be interesting and “page-turning”. We hope to see more of your work in the future!   – The Writers’ Workshop of Asheville, NC Thank you to […]

Be Inspired!


Ready to get started on your next writing project, but just need a little nudge? If you’ve been looking for inspiration in all the wrong places, check out this link to 31 Ways To Find Inspiration (thanks to the brilliant folks at Write To Done for this great compilation). My personal favorite is #3 (Overhead […]

Exciting News: “The Sweet Not Enough” is Eludia Award Semi-Finalist


The Sweet Not Enough (now titled Sweet Bye and Bye) has been chosen as one of the semi-finalists for the Eludia Award. The Eludia Award is offered to a woman writer for her first book-length work of fiction—either a novel or a collection of stories. Read the announcement at the Hidden River Arts website: Eludia […]

Take the 30/30 Challenge


We know that committing to write every day is an important discipline, but where to find the motivation? Richard Hugo House, a Seattle-based nonprofit has a solution which encourages writing and helps support this haven for writers at the same time. Its 30/30 Writing Challenge asks participants to commit to write 30 minutes a day […]

Stories Gathered At The Kitchen Table Nominated for Award


It seems we have entered awards season in the literary world. Stories Gathered at the Kitchen Table is a CIPA EVVY Awards Book Competition Finalist! I am so proud of the accomplishments of all of the writers involved with this project. They all speak from the heart, which is what makes their stories so powerful. […]

Help Me Build My Summer Reading List


It’s beach-reading season – so what is in your book bag (or on your Kindle) this summer? Many people have been reading John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars,” although not everyone will admit it. What are your thoughts on adults reading Young Adult fiction? Are you embarrassed to be seen reading it, or are […]

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Be Honest…


One of the keys to successfully writing your life story is being honest. Readers will know if you aren’t and as a result you will lose them. Esteemed sportswriter Rick Reilly recently published his final column after decades of writing. His wry, edgy style was his hallmark as he reported on stories from all over […]