Anna got back from her lecturing job, tired as usual. She found the kids in their den, doing homework, and after the hugs and kisses that were mandatory for welcoming, slumped into a cushioned sofa. Read More
WHEN READERS WRITE INTRODUCES MOSAIC FICTION
Imagine you are a reader of good fiction, but in this powerful fiction, you are also the writer. This is awesome. According to Alex Bender, an Australian blogger, this may be the revolution in storytelling. Read More
AGAINST MY WISH by Sinmisola Ogunyinka
Categories: Fear, Courage, Bad choices, Regret, Abortion, Marriage, Love, Hate.
Based on true experience.
He wasn’t my ideal Mr. Right. He was short, dark, and handsome anyway, but not my type. Read More
WHO IS A SPOILT CHILD? by Agnes Tinuola Ifaturoti
Categories: Agnes Tinuola Ifaturoti, Parenting, Discipline, Home, Childrearing.
July 15, 2014
Bringing up children is, as is sometimes said, a hundred times more difficult than bearing them. Read More
WHO WILL A GIRL MARRY? by Agnes Tinuola Ifaturoti
Categories: Agnes Tinuola Ifaturoti, Marriage, Choice, Love.
June 8, 2014
Last month I met a friend and school mate of mine who I had not seen for many years, in fact, since I left school. Read More
7 WAYS TO CREATE A KILLER OPENING LINE FOR YOUR NOVEL by Brian Klems’
Categories: Brian Klems’ The Writer’s Dig, Story Ideas.
January 9, 2014
Writing a dynamite first line that captivates readers and encourages them to read on is difficult. Read More
Top 10 Essentials to a Writer’s Life by Erik Larson
1. Good Coffee: Every writer has a ritual that begins the day. It’s like turning a key to start your car. For me, the key that starts the day is a good cup of coffee, preferably Peet’s Coffee.
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Clichés drive me bonkers, especially when it comes to writing. They are boring and abused and about as fun to read as the instruction manual of a Dustbuster. Read More
The Adventure of a Writer
Writers live forever because words never die – Sinmisola Ogúnyinka
Being a writer is a beautiful thing.
6 Simple truths about writing you probably never knew.
1. Writers live forever because words don’t die.
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