Tag: writing

Writing Prompts

NEW FEATURE!! Writing Challenges!! This one is called Writer’s Prompt. The rules are simple for this one: Choose a season (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer) Write

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Halloween

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Halloween. One of my favorite times of the year. I remember as a kid running home to catch the newest Halloween episode of Rosanne because

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Preview to The Fallen

Shreveport was balmy and wet in the Spring time, it always soaked you to the bone when it was like this. Len grunted at the red light as he waited impatiently in his Jeep for it to turn to green. Market street was always busy at five pm with the rush hour craziness of people on a war path to get home.

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On Writing Erotica : Part Two

New to writing erotica? Don’t know where to start? Think “love pole” is too frilly for you? Not quite the type to use “lick, suck and fuck” in your erotica as a descriptor (although those activities are quite fun aren’t they).

There are two categories of words you can pull from, the soft core and the hard core words. Depending on your comfort levels of course, personally.

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Book to Movie

Putting who is the best at Pennywise aside, I want to talk about a little bit of a controversial part of IT. One that a lot of people are starting to bring up now that the two new movies are making the rounds.

I want to talk about what a lot of people are referring to as the “child orgy” scene in the book.

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From One To Three

It started out in different parts of the world. One would use the name Saga Press to self publish her own book while the other would use Alainn Epub to self publish hers. Both in other niches of the big wide world of publishing. All the while the third toiling with her own writings from the center of her community hub, in fact the very same one the first shared with the third.

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iWrite

I write, I write fiction and non fiction alike. I prefer fiction of the horror variety. My very first book I both owned and read was Desperation by Stephen King. Dad was a bit of a King fan to say the least. I’m worse than him, I’m more than a King fanatic and that’s making an understatement (you should see my collection! It collapses book shelves, ask the husband).

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