Sunday, 25 September 2016

Novelicious on Twitter

Jenna Whittaker
Jenna Whittaker says “Good thing to remember for any endeavour.” — “Only #God gets things right the first time. STEPHEN KING #amwriting #writing Art Sarolta Bán”

When Women Are Sexists

Lela Markham
Lela Markham says “When Women Are Sexists” — This is apparently my week for feeling irritated at entitled twits who cross my path. I’m not sure if it’s something going on with me or the world in general, but there you have it. Bra…

Contact Sport

S. G. BASU says “Contact Sport” — “Writing is like a contact sport, like football. You can get hurt, but you enjoy it.” ~Irwin Shaw

Four Eyes Are Better Than Two

Amy Morse
Amy Morse says “4 eyes are better than 2. Why you should always use a content editor ” — So you’ve written a blog post. You’ve read through it a couple of times, looked at the preview to make sure it’s all laid out properly on the page, you’re hovering your mous…

The Shady Elders of Zion | Calumet Editions

Bob Gilbert
Bob Gilbert says “RT @ AmazngDeals THE SHADY ELDERS OF ZION ➡ - A hilarious Jewish ghost story” — A Minnesota Ghost Story The Shady Elders of Zion is a Minnesota ghost story. Ivan Kalinsky, the book's narrator, is the last surviving Bolshevik from the class of 1917. When Stalin started purging Jews from the Communist Party ranks in the 1930's, Kalinsky escaped to Northern Minnesota, where he lived out a long life as... Read more »

Princess of Amathar – Writing

Wesley Allison
Wesley Allison says “Princess of Amathar – Writing” — One of the ideas that I had about Amatharian culture was the imporance of writing and by extension of penmanship. I also liked the idea that their writing might have letters that looked like someth…

Choose Mystery Over Information Overload - PASSIONATE REASON

L.E. Henderson
L.E. Henderson says “Choose Mystery Over Information Overload ” — I used to write my novels defensively. I was terrified of there being any page where the reader might possibly be confused at any moment, so I would try to cram in as many explanations in as short of a space as possible: my terminology, the history of my world, cultural idiosyncrasies, and geography, for … Continue reading Choose Mystery Over Information Overload

5 Tech Myths Debunked

Kerry Butters
Kerry Butters says “5 Tech Myths Debunked: ” — The tech industry is rife with myths that prove untenable, in the light of hard evidence. Learn some here.

Writing Update September 2016

Dorlana says “Writing Update September 2016” — Hi friends, I hope everyone had a fabulous summer. I have a few things going on with my writing projects and some fun promo stuff coming up, too. The Trouble with Snowmen:  I’m super excited becaus…

Why God Took So Long To Give Me A Baby

Candis Vargo
Candis Vargo says “I know some women could use this read...” — I was painting in the garage, and she was drawing a rainbow on the cement floor with chalk when she said, “I’m glad God gave you to me as my Mommy.” I wasn’t ready for it. &…

Watch as the world’s cities appear one-by-one over 6,000 years

Jeffery W Ingram
Jeffery W Ingram says “Visualizing 6,000 years of urban population data Metrocosm” — Watch the rise of human cities, beginning with [arguably] the world’s first city in 3700 BC and continuing up to the present. Use the controls at the bottom to pause/resume the map and to move back and forth in time. The history of urbanization, 3700 BC – 2000 AD (full-screen version) full screen / video […]

Born to Be Wild~

Tina Frisco
Tina Frisco says “Born to Be Wild~ via @wordpressdotcom
“Like a true nature’s child, we were born, born to be wild.” The wild grizzlies in these photos were photographed in The Knight Inlet in British Columbia Canada. …

A Rose of A Writer!

Voice Of Indie
Voice Of Indie says “A Rose of A Writer! ”
A few years ago I stumbled upon an indie novel that so entertained me, I became an instant fan of the author. Sienna Rose has since published three more novels. The second and thir…

The Two Ways of Being

Bob Gilbert
Bob Gilbert says “RT @AMZ0NE The two ways of being. READ THE BLOG. ▶”
There are really only two ways of being. Neither of them are wrong in and of themselves. Either of them can be destructive when they are substituted for the other. Welcome to the b…

Let’s Try Again*

Sue Coletta
Sue Coletta says “Let's Try Again* via @mkinberg
I’m sure you’ve this sort of experience. You excitedly begin to read a novel by one of your very top-of-the-list authors, and you’re expecting to be drawn into the story. Unfortuna…

Procrastination Doesn’t Pay - Paperblog

Stephanie Verni
Stephanie Verni says “Procrastination Doesn’t Pay - Paperblog”
* As a college educator, I can certainly tell you with certainty that procrastination doesn’t pay. I see it every day—sometimes getting started on the task is actually more difficu…

Bibliography for The Grove

Elizabeth Guizzetti
Elizabeth Guizzetti says “Bibliography for The Grove”
So yesterday, I posted my Google Searches for The Grove. Today I will explain the books that I read for The Grove. I love research, but it must be directed research so I don’…

Author Interview: Rob Howell

Kory M. Shrum
Kory M. Shrum says “Author Interview: Rob Howell via @wvancamp
  As a child, Rob Howell’s parents discovered books were the only way to keep him quiet. Without books, either he or his parents would not have survived. Possibly both. …