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Cold Blooded Killers – a Review
I found these books to be very interesting and great references for writers of fiction. If you want to delve into the frightening mind and world of a cold-blooded killer and see what makes him act the way he does, you need look no further than these books.
Coffee, Cigarettes, and Writer's Block
A fresh cup of coffee is in front of you, your cigarette is burning, the laptop is open, and its blank screen is staring back at you. We've all been there. You are ready to write, but nothing, not even one word, pops into your head.
Circle Around to Compete with Each Other
Have you ever said that you would like to see something completely destroyed? Or maybe you have said that you would be in close proximity to someone or something. Possibly you have said that you need to circle around the block.
CinderElla - a Review
Grimm's Fairy Tales did not come entirely from the imaginations of Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm. They based them on folk tales told to them by villagers. The harsh, bloody, violent original tales have lasted down through the ages. Modern translations have softened them to some extent.
Christmas Writing Prompts
Did you realize that fiction plays a big part in many of our Christmas traditions? No, I'm not talking about the birth of our Lord and Savior. His birth is not fictional, but many of the things now believed about that special event are; they have been set in place by poetry, books, movies, songs,
Christian Fiction Selections
Christian Fiction Book Reviews
Here you will find reviews of books that are in the Christian fiction genre.
Choosing a Name for Your Character
There are several things you should consider before choosing the name your character will be known by.
Children of the Fog - a Review
The Fog is a serial abductor of children. He (or she) takes them out of their beds in the dead of night and never leaves behind any trace that he was there. No one has ever seen the kidnapper, so the police have no clues, no description, absolutely nothing to help them find the criminal.
Chess Land Picture Writing Prompts
I'm going to share some pictures with you in this article. You need to study each pictures, ask 'what if' questions and come up with stories that could be written based on each photograph. Allow your imagination to take flight and explore all possibilities.
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