Five Links 10/11/19 Loleta Abi

Five Links 10/11/19 Loleta Abi Writing: 1. “That wonderful idea was just one of many nuggets I found myself highlighting in what has so far turned out to be my surprise read of the year—noted literary agent Donald Maass’s The Emotional Craft of Fiction. Like many of you, I cut my teeth on Maass’s now-classic Writing […]

The Writer’s Wheel 10/7/19: The Changing Seasons Loleta Abi

The Writer’s Wheel 10/6/19: This Time of Year Loleta Abi Don’t you just love this time of year? The cool, crisp leaves, so colorful. The pretty flowers in the fields. Nature gathering for the seasons ahead. Decorations. When do you begin decorating for the holidays? Or don’t you? I start early October for the coming […]

The Writer’s Wheel 8/20/19: The Futility of Thinking You Know it All Traci Kenworth

The Writer’s Wheel 8/20/19: The Futility in Thinking You’ll Ever “Know” it All Traci Kenworth If You Do “Know” it All, what a waste. That is, you’ll go through life bored. If you’ve nothing to learn: where’s the spontaneity, the fun of reading a book, and pushing through the learning curve to master something? If […]

The Book Corner 8/15/19 What I’m Reading Loleta Abi

The Book Corner 8/15/19: What I’m Reading Loleta Abi For the adult audience, I’m reading Chuck Wendig’s The Wanderers, Brian Kirk’s Will Haunt You, In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney, The Freelancer’s Survival Guide by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Layer Your Novel by C.S. Lakin, Writing Dark Stories by Rayne Hall, 5 Secrets of […]