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National Parks Birthday – 100 This Month! (Cumberland Gap National Historical Park)

In celebration of our national parks 100th birthday this month, here is Stu at the historic Cumberland Gap (National Historical Park). This is a natural break in the Appalachian Mountain Range giving early American frontiersmen (and women, and bunni...

Plot Twists from Animal Encounters, Park 2 – Deer

Plot twists. Every editor and reader wants them. How do we think up all these plot twists? Life. Experiences. Experiencing the unusual, the unexpected. I’ve lived in many places where deer have also lived. Here in Michigan, there are three to five...

Plot Twists and Real Animal Encounters – Deer

Plot twists. Every editor and reader wants them. How do we think up all these plot twists? Life. Experiences. Experiencing the unusual, the unexpected. I’ve lived in many places where deer have also lived. Here in Michigan, there are three to five...

On Writing: or not

The funny thing with having lots more time is that you waste a lot more of it. Despite now have the luxury of sitting at my desk uninterrupted for several hours a day, should I so wish, I cannot seem to put pen (virtual or otherwise) to paper. I desp...
by mumturnedmom on Oct 20, 2015

25 Awesome Writing Ideas

Here is a very creative list of 25 ideas for fiction writing, as well as the stories these short ideas have inspired.http://englishtutorhome2.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/25-awesome-ideas-for-creative-writing.html...
by Creative Writing and Books on Aug 15, 2014

What's The Ideal Length For A Technology Resume?

Job Search Candidate Question:  Jeff, how long should my technology resume be?Answer:  You'll find many different opinions on-line regarding the proper length for a resume.  I've been reviewing technology resumes for 25 years.  I'...

10 Exclusive Motivational and Inspirational Tips for Writers

This is a guest post written by Alla Gilbert Are you a good writer and aspire to become an author? If yes, then it is essential for you to have some knowledge of crucial tips that will not only motivate … Continue reading →The post 10 Exc...
by Glynis J. on Jul 15, 2013

Queen of the Story Starters

Someone once asked me if I have another book in the works. I nearly choked on room air. How about another twenty-five in the works? And, yes, those are twenty-five completed rough drafts I’ve started but never got back to to complete. Most of t...

More Writing Prompts and Ideas

Writing Prompts are useful. There we go, a very obvious statement to open up with. Especially for those times when you want to write a piece of flash fiction orThe post More Writing Prompts and Ideas appeared first on The Zombie Chimp.
by The Zombie Chimp on Mar 24, 2013

Expository Writing Song

Expository Writing Song, The Expository Writing Song, Expository Writing Song Lyrics, Expository Writing Song for Kids, Teaching Expository Writing Song, Expository Writing Ideas Ewww, expository writing! Right? Narrative is fun, because you get to t...
by Free Worksheets on Nov 19, 2012

Get INSPIRED to set the search engines on FIRE with FRESH CONTENT!

Pin It Pin It Are you really down in the dumps for trying to develop some fresh content for your blog? Well, here’s a few things I do that you can start incorporating to start really killing it on the search engine! 1.) Take your random ideas a...
by Making Money 2 Blog on Aug 21, 2012

Interview with Lazarus Barnhill, Author of “The Medicine People”

What are your books about? There are two answers to that question. First, I’m very fortunate because my publisher allows me to have books in more than one genre. Currently I have both romance and crime/mystery titles in print. Coming … Contin...
by Second Wind Publishing on Aug 7, 2012

Recycling Ideas

Janet Blaylock:  Ideas can be recycled. Your emotions or interests can produce an idea for a story. Ideas are anywhere and can be used over again. Be alert to your environment, your interests, and your emotions. Somewhere an idea will spark your ima...
by Word Grrls on Feb 23, 2012

Trailers For Sale or Rent by J J Dare

I have too many muse-inspired ideas for new books that stay ideas and never develop into writings. Over the past year, these ideas spring forth at least twice a week. It seems such a shame to waste them by letting … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Feb 21, 2012

Love your characters, but keep the details to yourself

It is inevitable as a writer to fall in love with your characters, I mean, you created them so they are perfect.  You know what they look like, what they listen too, where they were born, and  how they like their eggs. But, a good story can quickly...
by Children's Writers Idea Pool on Aug 31, 2010

The Power of Description

The use of good description in writing is vital to creating your overall impression. By using specific examples and details that arouse the senses, your words come to life for your reader. Instead of explaining word for word how a character feels, si...
by Children's Writers Idea Pool on Aug 30, 2010


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