Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Familiar

Annabelle Franklin
Annabelle Franklin says “A wonderfully creepy short story with a great twist! Familiar via @SCVincent
scvincent.com — “Shhh…” He glared at his sister. “Honestly, girls are useless.” The cat turned and looked straight at the children. It hissed, crouched low like a panther. They froze as the old woman turned and lo...

The Writers Group

Kris The Bard
Kris The Bard says ““The Writers Group” by @JamesJHouts New Orleans is on my bucket list <envy>. I go to a Writers' Group :)”
medium.com — I want to be near other artists fighting for their creative breath in an unartistic country

Editing Software Tools For Writers

AntrimCycle
AntrimCycle says “Editing+Software+Tools+For+Writers via @wvancamp
There are many tools to help people with writing such as word processors, apps, pen and paper and more. Never has it been easier to record the written word into a manuscript. Howev…

Vacation & Summer Kick-Off

Eli Kale
Eli Kale says “New blog post is up for the week of 6/1! ”
Friends, I am excited to tell you about my vacation trip to Georgia and Tennessee, as well as to update you on the progress of my current project, so let's get to it... One Ye…

BUCKINGHAM'S MYSTERIOUS BURIAL

Janet P. Reedman
Janet P. Reedman says “BUCKINGHAM'S MYSTERIOUS BURIAL”
Where lies Harry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham? No one can say for sure, his final resting place is as elusive and entwined with myth and legend as Richard III’s once was. Stafford,…

5 Lessons Learned Between Books 5 & 6

Paul Keene
Paul Keene says “5 Lessons Learned Between Books 5 & 6 | Molly Greene: Writer ”
Today I published Lock the Cellar Door, Book #6 and the latest in my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series. I’ve made it a tradition to share what I’ve learned between launches (here are th…

Dust

Kris The Bard
Kris The Bard says “Dust via @MJDougherty33 CJA loves this.”
In the back of the drawer, Amid old shopping lists and bits of string, Memories flutter. Once bright, Faded now, Into the sepia colour of the past. Wind stirs the dust, Eddies of t…