Conversations about my writing usually go something like this: "How is your book going?" "It's going." "When will it be published?" "It's a work in progress," I usually say with a sigh. And it is. Compiling a book of any... Continue Reading →
Feeling doubtful about our work is much better than feeling prideful. Right?
Childhood stories are proven to affect brain development. Yes, that means you are more likely to be brighter than the average person if your parents followed the tradition of reading you nightly bedtime stories. Whether you grew up on Disney... Continue Reading →
The format of your writing is slowly becoming more and more significant, acting as the thin boundary between the failure and success of your piece