Writing

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 399 (WritersDigest.com)

Submitted by Syndicator on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 11:03

For today’s prompt, write a betrayal poem. Many people may be able to conjure up several moments when one person betrayed another–both in real life and fiction. But sometimes our bodies betray us, our words betray us, and well, sometimes

4 LinkedIn Mini Case Studies (Social Media Examiner Feed)

Submitted by Syndicator on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 08:00

Are you looking for new ways to make LinkedIn work for your business? Wondering what other businesses are doing with LinkedIn? In this article, you’ll discover how four different companies sustain a successful LinkedIn presence and find tips for building

The Writer’s Diet (Daily Writing Tips)

Submitted by Syndicator on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 02:14

How does your style rate regarding balanced use (or overuse) of parts of speech? An online test will evaluate your compositions for you.

The writing handbook The Writer’s Diet: A Guide to Fit Prose has a companion website that features

Why I Write Poetry: J.lynn Sheridan (WritersDigest.com)

Submitted by Syndicator on Tue, 06/27/2017 - 17:00

A couple weeks ago, I posted about “Why I Write Poetry” and encouraged others to share their thoughts, stories, and experiences for future guest posts. I’ve already received so many, and I hope they keep coming in. Thank you!

Today’s

Harry Potter Comes To Your House (WritersDigest.com)

Submitted by Syndicator on Tue, 06/27/2017 - 13:30

What if Harry Potter came to your house for dinner? Write this scene as if you were a teenager, he’s new to your school and you’re introducing him to your parents. Also, after dinner, he makes a request of you.

How I Got My Agent: Debut Novelist Diksha Basu (WritersDigest.com)

Submitted by Syndicator on Tue, 06/27/2017 - 10:00

As I finished my MFA at Columbia University, I ventured out into the world armed with a manuscript and prepared to search for an agent. The world of query letters and agent research is daunting and exhausting, and after just

3 Types of Solutions with Semicolons (Daily Writing Tips)

Submitted by Syndicator on Tue, 06/27/2017 - 09:34

In each of the following sentences, a structural flaw is easily repaired by use of one or more semicolons in place of one or more commas. Discussion and revision of each example explains the problem and demonstrates the solution.

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Sobrenatural by Samir Karimo (Circle of Books)

Submitted by Syndicator on Tue, 06/27/2017 - 08:22
by Sobrenatural : supernatural surrealistical scary stories  by Samir Karimo. Blurb Get ready to enter in a supernatural world where nothing is not what it seems: who is valkyrie? Is D. Juan a demon or an angel?, who is UMBRAE?,