This is going to be a short little tidbit of opinion that I would like to share with the writing community. I’m a member of a dozen writing forums on Facebook where open discussion about writing runs rampant, and I’ve noticed an irritating trend. Why is it that every time the topic of “bad writing” surfaces, Twilight and 50 Shades…… Continue reading Attn: Writers of Fiction or Otherwise–50 Shades Won. Get Over It.
Trans-Career March Planned for Main Street Next Saturday Flash Fiction Camille Stuart and Jessica Fisette People of all ages and educational backgrounds are taking to the streets Saturday to protest discrimination in the workplace. Protesters claim societal prejudices against people without college degrees are depriving Americans from equality of success. Jesse Fisher is currently…… Continue reading Trans-Career March Planned for Main Street Next Saturday
I have never been hesitant to voice my disdain for the corruption in main stream media. Political correctness is cancer. Bias leads to misinformation (on both the left and right). Sponsors should not and can not drive content. Reporting according to personal, political or paid agendas depends the divide between people with differences. When I…… Continue reading The Front Lines of Journalism
It’s been about a month since I’ve been truly happy with myself, though misery makes it feel like much longer. I was happier when I was writing…not just blogging here and there, but really writing. Like a book. I churned out Flash Fiction twice a week, my word count was almost as satisfying as weight-loss…… Continue reading I Was Happier When I Was Writing
Every year on the night of December 24 I rush to sleep so Santa can come, but there is another I wait for the other 364 nights of the year: Peter Pan. As a small child, I often dreamed about Peter Pan. Obviously, I was the true Wendy. The only true Wendy at heart. I…… Continue reading A Dream About Peter Pan
I don’t know if I mentioned that most of The Masters’ Tea was written by hand. That’s right. Good ole’ pen and paper and hand cramps. Most writers will tell you hand-writing drafts is not the most practical way to go, but if you have the time and patience, I recommend this method. I started…… Continue reading Fairies are Real, Children’s Books and a Writing Updates