You’ve probably seen those ads online for freelance writing jobs. I especially like the ones that expect you to pay a fee in order to have access to jobs. The … Continue reading I Tried Ghost Writing Once–And Didn’t Like It
Chances are, your local public library has shelves that are lines with thousands of books. Readers have plenty to choose from. If you’ve published a book and it’s available at … Continue reading Lola Vencent is a HPL Favorite
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What are three things Our Lady of Righteous Rage combines that no other book combines? Adolescence, punk rock and feline characters. Yes, this sounds like a very odd combination…until you read the book.
Our Lady of Righteous Rage is an indie book that traces the lives of a group of friends growing up in late 1990’s/early 2000’s New York. What makes this particular group of friends unique, is the fact they’re anthropomorphic cats. Of course, once you start reading Our Lady, you won’t even care about that. You’ll be focusing on the characters and their journey from childhood to adulthood, and all of the little misadventures in between. They want to start a punk rock band, and a business, and the road to either is paved with good and bad experiences that any reader can relate to. Some of them get married; some get divorced. They experience high school graduations…
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We’ve reached the final month of 2020 (thank God, right?!). December. The twelfth month. Last call. For me, December means two things: my birthday and Woolaston Entertainment’s birthday. Yes, I … Continue reading December is Woolaston Entertainment’s Month
Ask yourself this question: how often do I visit my local library? Yes, I know there’s a pandemic and many businesses are either closed or have restricted hours, but many … Continue reading Let’s Visit the Public Library!
If you ask most writers which word is the most overused in writing, they’ll probably all tell you, its the word said. Let’s face it: if you write dialogue, you’re probably guilty of overusing it, too. I know I definitely have. It’s easy to do, because most dialogue is simply two characters talking back and […]Descriptive Tags (How to Say it Without SAYING It) —
Just the other day, a fellow writer asked me an interesting question: “How often do you talk about your books?” I had to think about it for a moment. I … Continue reading How Often Do You Talk About Your Writing?
That’s right, folks: this one’s for the boys. Oh, of course anyone can read it, but I Probably Should Have Kept That To Myself is much more male-centric than my … Continue reading Aidan Sirci Headlines W.E.’s First Guy’s Fiction
Every writer wants to receive positive reviews for their writing. Positive reviews reinforce what we want to believe: our writing is AMAZING. But negative reviews are helpful, too. A little … Continue reading Positive and Negative Reviews
Let’s face it: 2020 has not been one of our better years. It’s been LOADED with challenges. There have been wicked hurricanes, the Coronavirus, more political chatter than you can … Continue reading You’re Great