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Featured From the Archives: The Terrifying Subgenres of Horror

We’ve nearly completed our re-visit tour of the literary subgenres, but there are still three more: Horror, Mystery, and the grand finale — Science Fiction.  So, just like last week, let’s not waste time chatting and get right down to business, shall we? 1,651 more words


Defining Characters

Defining Characters

By Tessa White

Defining, developing and structuring strong characters can be a long and tricky process. Even so, it is actually one my favorites to do when it comes to writing a story of any kind. 789 more words

All Writing Needs

Writing and Editing Tips - Part 12: What now?

If you’ve been following my writing and editing tips from the beginning and have been working hard on your manuscript you may well be pretty much ready to publish – or are you? 897 more words


The Girl with the Flawless Face

Available in paperback and e-book editions.

The Girl with the Flawless Face is a Tender and Raw Glimpse of Modern Africa

Ndiritu Wahome’s second collection of short stories highlights the joy, tragedy and magic of Kenya.

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Photograph by Writer and Photographer Andrew Satterwhite

Photography, writing, painting — all arts are about capturing emotion and causing a reaction from the viewer/reader, regardless if it’s a positive reaction or a negative one. 77 more words

A. Joleigh

My Writing: My First Poem

Oh yes, I did say poem,  while looking for some notes in my notebooks I came across some poems I’ve written a few years back. Also, I found my very first poem I wrote 15 years ago. 299 more words

My Writing

Where The Thousand Words Come In

I love world-building. Of all the things that will suck me into a book and force me to buy all of the author’s works, the world is one of them. 550 more words