I know you’ve all been struggling with the age-old question: What should I be for Halloween? So I thought (for all you slackers out there who waited until the morning of) I would give you a few ideas.
A round of applause for our final A Journey of Words author...
If you've read the anthology, you know about the super-amazing surprise at the end of the book... Analise's sneak peek at A Haunting of Words!
Check out her interview below, and keep your eye out for this girl's name in the writing world.
Meet today's A Journey of Words spotlighted author/pirate, William Thatch!
Meet Uni Brown!
Her story, "The Healers," appears in A Journey of Words.
Check out her spotlight interview below, and get to know this wonderful author!
I’ve been a fan of fitness YouTubers for a while. Watching them pull big numbers inspires me to hit my own lifts, and I turn to their videos for technique and training advice.
But I haven’t looked to the YouTube writing scene until recently. Turns out, writing and reading YouTubers provide similar community, inspiration, and advice.
I decided I wanted to be part of that.
So… drumroll, please!
Meet, D.T. Sako, today's featured A Journey of Words author!
His story, "Baby-Blue Bug," appears alongside my own in the anthology.
Get to know him, and keep an eye on his writing career!
I think the most-asked question I get is, “Where do I submit my stuff?”
In a world where hooking an agent is somewhat akin to chasing down the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, publishing short stories is a great career (and ego) boost for a writer.
Duotrope currently lists more than 7,000 fiction, poetry, and nonfiction markets. And that does not include the plethora of writing contest and anthologies. There are so many opportunities to get published. Not knowing where to submit should never hold you back. [Click to Tweet]
So with that said, here is a list of regularly updated newsletters, lists, and databases to help you find homes for your work.
Meet a fellow A Journey of Words author, Laurie Gardiner!
Laurie is also a published poet, and her short story "'Til Death Do Us Part" placed first in the 1997 Cambridge Writer's Collective anthology. She is the author of a women's fiction novel, Tranquility.
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