Maybe if you're like me, you have many scenes disconnected and needing something to connect them all. I'm a very linear thinker, so I need to know what comes next or else nothing gets done.
Aaron Lewis appeals to the lonely and broken like a train whistle to a rambler and whiskey to the drunkard. His voice - a deep, raspy character brought on by years of tobacco and alcohol - adds an element to the music he sings that soothes the restless soul.
The Muse of Writer's is a three-year-old picking up their toys. Very slow and unwillingly to get anything done by your deadline.
Alex Schnee is an author who has made a living out of doing what the majority of authors only dream of: travelling. She documents these adventures in her blog titled The Wayfaring Voyager, which has over 2,200 subscribers to her Facebook page. She is also the author of Shakespeare's Lady, a novel that explores the … Continue reading Shakespeare’s Lady
I don't feel like it is a stretch to say that every aspiring writer has heard this. Ironically, it usually comes from somebody who has never written anything more than a grocery list. I remember when I was a kid and I was showing an interest in writing, I believe it was my step-mother who … Continue reading Write What You Know