Have you ever found yourself struggling to make an important decision that could be a potential game changer, but money is the one thing getting in your way?
When I started writing my memoir, I struggled believing I could write the damn thing. Every day, voices of self-doubt crept in but at the same time, telling my story motivated me to the finish line. Now, that the book is on the track to be published, I freak out every time I have to shell another dollar for…Continue
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Busboys and Poets, a popular café and cultural event hub, announced today that authors Christopher and Rachel Mannino will be at their Hyattsville location on February 17 from 6:00-7:30PM for an event entitled Female Empowerment Through Love and Deaths.
“At the event, we will be discussing strong…Continue
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Love is indescribable, ecstatic, overwhelming and passionate. It can win over anything. So, immerse yourself in a sea of emotions and be enlightened this Valentine’s Day by sailing in a world filled with love. There would be lovers serenading each other by writing sonnets, ballads, prose and poems and there would be you who would only be speaking through your eyes and gestures. Make a gesture and you may find some of the greatest works of romance to give away and cherish.
Here is a…Continue
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Posted a trio of forthcoming books for your reading list:
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Shobhaa De is an author, socialite, former model, scriptwriter, designer and popular columnist. She always has a special take on the burning issues related to politics, society and economy. She is known for incorporating her thoughts upon the same through her literary writing. She has an individual style that blends Hindi and English uncannily and has gained popularity for being bold and provocative. She reflects the sexually explicit, contemporary India that goes weak in the need of power…Continue
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Christmas is the time to rejoice the jolly good way. When we think of the holiday times, we often picture images of evergreen pine, spruce or fir tree decorated with tinsel, cotton depicting snowflakes and lights. And, there are children circling it hand-in-hand while singing carols and putting mistletoe at the door. What completes the scene is the classic folklore been retold since time and again. Smiles light up as we come across the numerous Santa stories and the ones that carry the…Continue
Added by Maria Witwiky on December 18, 2015 at 12:13am — No Comments
Take a look at 10 great writers' unusual techniques, prompts, and customs of committing thought to paper, from their ambitious daily word quotas to their superstitions to their inventive procrastination and multitasking methods.
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“This is the new addition. It’s a Ford Mustang. A 1969 Boss 302. You like it?” When she nodded, he started talking about cylinder heads, intake valves, and horsepower.
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I love reading and there's nothing surprising about that. As a writer, you need to…Continue
Posted Monday Muse profile of Indiana's new Poet Laureate: Shari Wagner.
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We’re talking to authors from all walks of life about their experiences in publishing their book. Some have smooth paths, some rocky, but they all share a common goal – to see their name on the cover of their creation. It’s interesting to read what path they decided to take to get there and my guest today is here to tell everyone what he/she did in order to make it all happen so that other writers will learn a little something from the experience.
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Heard about Chicken Soup for the Soul? It is a collection of books from a series run under the same name with different subtitles. It comprises inspirational short stories and motivational essays. As soon as the first edition became a smashing success, the authors Jack Canfield as well as Mark Victor Hansen who also happen to be motivational speakers, became a household name. Since then, there was no looking back and a number of volumes were issued after that.
The success of its first…Continue
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Posted a Monday Muse look at new or forthcoming titles:
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Wuthering Heights is a Gothic novel set in the times of 1840s which are the times when the profile of the author used to leave a lasting impression on the story and the authorship drove sales. Despite being a classic work of English literature, the book had come under the cloud of controversies due to its stark portrayal of physical and mental cruelty. Unusual in its tone, the writing challenged the staunch Victorian ideals of those times that advocated morality, religious hypocrisy, gender…Continue
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