Posted Monday Muse roundup of summer writing workshops:
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on June 29, 2015 at 6:41am — No Comments
Words from a Vertran Homeless Man, stationed consistently on the exit stairs of the 42nd Street exit of the ACE Train. A regular, you might say.
“You all better start smiling or I’ll shoot you with my guitar.”
Added by Amarie on June 20, 2015 at 1:14pm — No Comments
I have been sending out query letters with our proposal and pages for our memoir, 150 Years of Marriage, a memoir of three love stories, two WWII veterans and their babyboomer children, to agents for some time now. We have not gotten very many responses. None of them positive so far. It took months for us to write…Continue
Added by Crystal A. Meinstein on June 17, 2015 at 3:40pm — No Comments
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I meant to post this back in March on my old IHeartAllStories Weebly blog. But March was Women’s History Month. And the blog content then focused towards women. Women writers, past and present, celebrating…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on June 7, 2015 at 5:42am — No Comments
I wrote my first novel when I was fourteen.
Before then, I had tried to keep journals, but I could never keep it up because I thought my life wasn't exciting enough to write down on paper. Who would want to read that? Me, when I'm older? I would fall asleep while reading about the boring life I had as a young teenager. Besides, who wants to relive their teenage years?
I wanted to write something exciting, if I was going to write about anything.
Added by Ashley Earley on June 3, 2015 at 2:46pm — No Comments
Lynn Steward is a successful business woman who spent many years in New York City’s fashion industry in marketing and merchandising, including the development of the first women’s department at a famous men’s clothing store. Through extensive research, and an intimate knowledge of the period, Steward created the…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on May 26, 2015 at 12:43pm — No Comments
Posted the third in a series of periodic posts highlighting writing by women—poetry, anthologies, history, memoir, and more I'm reading for #readwomen.
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on May 25, 2015 at 8:33am — No Comments
There is something fascinating about hearing someone talk about a historical event that they experienced firsthand. It’s one thing to read about history or to hear a lecture about history; but to look into the eyes of someone who actually experienced a historical event is the closest you can get to traveling back in time.
I will always remember my grandpa telling the story of when he found out that JFK had been assassinated while watching his parents’ black and white TV. And my…Continue
Added by Bryn Hottman on April 17, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
Part 3 of "Dry Drunk" is posted here. This is Part 4.
A work of fiction
Back in high school, my eccentric, but nevertheless lovable English teacher tried to diagnose me, to explain away why her star pupil had stopped making superlative grades and had plunged downward towards a confusing mediocrity. My problems had become well-known among the faculty,…Continue
Added by Kevin Camp on April 13, 2015 at 12:53pm — No Comments
I write reviews about books I think look like they could be an amazing read and Claire Fuller's debut novel Our Endless Numbered Days published in 2015 is a book that I jumped at the chance to read and am offering now in a giveaway.
Here is an extract from my review, which you can read…Continue
Added by Claire McAlpine on April 7, 2015 at 11:26pm — No Comments
Added by Aidana WillowRaven on March 30, 2015 at 6:12pm — No Comments
WDA Publishing has several good books now available on Amazon. Go and see for yourself. There is something for every avid reader.
Thanks for all the support. Remember to leave a review when you are done.
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SAMSON – Young adult http://amzn.to/1vN9a0y
MANSCAPES – Women’s Fiction http://amzn.to/1Gb2b7R…Continue
Added by Lynelle Clark on March 30, 2015 at 1:06am — No Comments
Added by Aidana WillowRaven on March 28, 2015 at 8:39pm — No Comments
#BookTour and #Interview: Sweet Sorrow by Wairimu Mwangi.
Two Families, Two generations, One tragedy.
#Giveaway A print copy and Beaded cuff could be yours.
Where did the idea come from for this book?
Sweet sorrow is a story that was inspired by the young people living in my community. I was in an all-girls boarding high school and within the four years I was in the school, an average of 15 girls had dropped out school due to teenage pregnancies. Some carried out abortions…
Added by Lynelle Clark on March 24, 2015 at 11:08am — No Comments
Multi-faceted, passionately aloof woman, lover of foreign accents (or bad…Continue
Facts about the Chupacabra by JoAnne Myers
The chupacabra, meaning "goat-sucker" is a legendary cryptic rumored to inhabit the Caribbean (chiefly Puerto Rico), Central and South America, North America (chiefly Mexico and…Continue
Added by JoAnne Myers on March 9, 2015 at 9:44pm — No Comments
Many of the young women who work at the Desmond Corporation would love to walk down the aisle at St. Patrick's Cathedral and become Mrs. Andrew Desmond- but will any of them succeed? Find out in six days! 'filters' 3/10!…
Added by Deborah Ailman on March 5, 2015 at 2:45pm — No Comments
After a bit of a hiatus, SF in SF reappeared at the exquisite Book Club of California on Sutter Street. I was in the mood to get my SF on, so I went over to listen to the inexhaustible Kim Stanley Robinson, author of 2312 the Red Mars series and Cecelia Holland, an equally…Continue
Added by Evette Davis on March 2, 2015 at 4:54pm — No Comments
Andrew's penthouse is only blocks away from the world-famous Dakota apartment building, but the atrocities committed there will rival "Rosemary's Baby"- and you can find out all about it in 9 days when 'filters' makes it's debut!…
Added by Deborah Ailman on March 2, 2015 at 1:29pm — No Comments