[AoB] 50 Ways to Become a Better Blogger

Do you want to improve your game as a blogger?  I know, silly question. Well, in that case, there’s some good news. Well, about 50 of them. Fifty ways that will help you become a better blogger. Read More

[AoB] 50 Ways to Become a Better Blogger

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L. Roche Art — creativeartworksblog

Slow Boil

Writing and Reflections

Sprawled on a blanket of lies

we recite graveyard poetry

freed from the confines

of a magnificent future we planned

Please perish the thought

that you have the power to change

I tossed aside tradition to

chase the storm

and now I’m living in the wreckage

because even after disaster strikes

you’re chasing butterflies

Some say that’s unorthodox—

somewhat quirky, almost endearing

I say my perceptions are changing

I’m on a quest for the serendipitous

Let’s bury hatchets under buried bodies

You know which ones, don’t you?

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prompts: #IntrigueVerse, #moonmystic, #atreasverse, Go Dog Go Cafe – Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge, Lyric Ideas

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The random musings about life and writing in poetic form from a half mad poet. Buy yours here

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What Prose Writers Can Learn From Great Poetry

An interesting post entitled “What Prose Writers Can Learn From Great Poetry”, https://emmalee1.wordpress.com/2021/06/30/what-prose-writers-can-learn-from-great-poetry/”. Kevin

What Prose Writers Can Learn From Great Poetry

If you haven’t gotten your copy of “The Raven and the Crow: Dark Storm Rising”, you’d better hurry! Why? Because book two of “The Raven and the Crow” series, “The Gray Throne” is in the editing queue.

And if you haven’t read the hottest new fantasy on the market, you’re missing out. Two brothers struggling to find their place in the world. For the elder sibling Kildare, every morning begins with the memory of betrayal. Once governed by the principles of morality, Kildare has become an instrument of blood and steel—where the…

If you haven’t gotten your copy of “The Raven and the Crow: Dark Storm Rising”, you’d better hurry! Why? Because book two of “The Raven and the Crow” series, “The Gray Throne” is in the editing queue.

An interview with Candice Louisa Daquin.

Originally posted on willowdot21: Hello everyone, I am very excited today to welcome Candice Louisa Daquin from the amazing The Feathered Sleep. Firstly let me tell you a about Candice. Candice Louisa Daquin is of Sephardi French/Egyptian descent. Born in Europe, she work in publishing for The American Embassy and Chamber of Commerce. Before immigrating…

An interview with Candice Louisa Daquin.

5 reasons to use one-line paragraphs in fiction writing – by Louise Harnby…

One-line paragraphs are powerful tools that pull readers into your story and compel them to turn the page. This post explores why they work and offers some examples of smashing shorties that pack a punch! What’s in this post In this post, I look at five reasons why it’s worth experimenting with very short paragraphs […]

5 reasons to use one-line paragraphs in fiction writing – by Louise Harnby…

On writing aids, publishing and feedback

I have some news. I also have a lot of words in my head. Consider this your warning. 🙂 Let’s dive in: Online writing aids Most people have heard of Grammarly. I have dabbled in this app a few times with some of my writing, but find it a little bit too elementary. I think […]

On writing aids, publishing and feedback

Ah, the Joys of Publishing

No, I won’t go off on a rant here. Although, that would be easy enough to do, considering the subject.  But, I will spare you. 🙂 Those of you that have your work published in places other than WordPress are familiar with the need to give the publishers UNpublished work. I do have a problem […]

Ah, the Joys of Publishing

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