Better Tomorrow by M.D. Neu Here’s the thing. I want to envision a better tomorrow. I want a future where we all get along and everyone respects each other. A future where everyone contributes to our better world. A time when everyone who needs help. Gets help. [...]
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The Spot by Valentine Wheeler There was a truck in her spot. It was big and it was brown, and it was parked right in front of 32 Standish Road in the shade of the only good-sized tree in the neighborhood. Miriam stared at it, but the [...]
Why I Write and How the Stories Come to Me by M.D. Neu Why do I write? How do the stories come to me? It’s kind of funny, to think about these two questions. Why do I find it funny you may wonder? Because I get [...]
You Can Read Your Reviews by Sera Trevor Authors—especially new ones—are often advised to avoid reading their reviews. Negative reviews will be too disheartening, they say. Besides, reviews are for readers, not authors! Best to leave them alone and focus on writing. But I’ve discovered that, actually, [...]
7 Things I Learned About Writing… From the Gymby Jenn Polish Writing and gymming. Gymming and writing. I don’t know how to separate them.For me, writing is just as an embodied experience as lifting; for me, lifting is just as mentally taxing (and energizing) as writing.Right now, I’m starting [...]
Baking for Stress Relief (and procrastination) by Antonia Aquilante Baking has been one of my favorite hobbies for as long as I can remember, though it was only when I was in law school and later when I was practicing law that it also began to be a favorite [...]
It's in the Bag - A Loving Sarajevo Halloween Short by CL Mustafic The fallen leaves crunched under their shoes and there was a definite hint of the long winter to come in the air. Nikola walked slowly down the street next to Gage, shivering as [...]
Press Play, Write, Repeat by A. E. Ross I have always needed music to write. I came to prose from screenwriting, which is a very different creature. Despite having about 50% of the text per page (or less!), scripts aren’t necessarily slimmer, or shorter, or less [...]
Being a Good Houseguest by J.C. Long There’s an issue I think should be addressed in the LGBTQIA+ community today, one that’s been sort of simmering below the surface for a while now. Well, it’s become an issue I really need to get off my chest, and I figured [...]
How to Celebrate Halloween like a Grown-up By Sara Dobie Bauer As an author of paranormal romance, I’m a big fan of ghosts and goblins. When I’m having a bad day, in fact, I watch slasher flicks, because no matter how bad my life is, at [...]