Welcome to Coldly Calculating: Writing by the Numbers. I am your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation,
Brian K. Larson is an author the executive team met last year when he wrote a regular sci-fi column for another online site. As a multi-time published author, we would be remiss if we didn’t include him in our lineup. So, meet our June author
So you wrote a book… If you’re like most writers, when you finish a book, you want to get published. This is when the nail-biting starts. However, there are steps you need to take to ensure you present your story in its best possible light.
Once people understand what a ghostwriter does, they always want to know how that works. Just how do I pull a story out of someone else’s head and turn it into a book? They think I’m performing magic, but here’s your peek behind the curtain.
Unsplash / Pixabay If you remember from my last post, there are five main methods I use to capture other people’s stories. They’re a lot like the methods you might use to capture your own. These are recordings, interviews, journals/notes, research, and writing collaboration. Today
“All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.” ~ J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan In my first marriage trust was an issue. I trusted my husband’s faithfulness for far too long even though his behavior did nothing to elicit this. Just my
Welcome to the brand new Friday Flash writing prompt. This is the space where the number of words you use to tell your story really matters! Every week we will offer you a new prompt. In 500 words or less, write a response using all
The year is 1956, and the Axis powers of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan rule. To commemorate their Great Victory, Hitler and Emperor Hirohito host the Axis Tour: an annual motorcycle race across their conjoined continents. The victor is awarded an audience with the