Blog Share – How to Set Up the Best, Pain-Free Healthy Writing Space

We all know by now that spending too much time in the wrong chair can set you up for a lot of pain. The answer has to be finding the right chair, right? And there is no shortage of options out there. The gurus of ergonomics have pulled out all the stops to design top-of-the-line, … More Blog Share – How to Set Up the Best, Pain-Free Healthy Writing Space

13 Tortured Tips for Writing a Short Horror Story

Are you looking to give your readers the heebie-jeebies with a great short horror story? Writing horror is exciting and enjoyable, so look no further my sick little puppies. Listed below you’ll find 13 tried-and-tested tips for creating ferocious fiction and tales that traumatize. Good luck and, most of all, have fun doing it! “Horror … More 13 Tortured Tips for Writing a Short Horror Story

Blog Share – Use All Five Senses to Enrich Your Writing

While browsing one of the many newsletters I receive daily by e-mail, I discovered this very interesting feature on the BookBaby blog by Carla King and wanted to share it with you. Sight is the most obvious of the senses to invoke when depicting a scene in your written work, but your visual descriptions will … More Blog Share – Use All Five Senses to Enrich Your Writing

Guest Post – How to DIY a Super Cheap, Super Effective Writing Retreat

While browsing the Internet recently I came across an extremely interesting website called “Yes and Yes.” The site is operated by Sarah Von Bargen, who started the site in 2008. Since then Sarah has “slowly found an audience of 12,000+ daily readers and been featured in places like Lifehacker, Problogger, Glamour, and Forbes.com among others.” … More Guest Post – How to DIY a Super Cheap, Super Effective Writing Retreat