LET US GET TO KNOW YOU! AUTHOR INTERVIEW € Today It is my absolute pleasure to be interviewing Amanda Lee author of The Deranged Series or CEO of Vicious Ink Publications: € Hello! And thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little more about yourself and your background. Amanda Lee: I was … Continue reading Vicious Ink: Amanda Lee
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I'm sure that we can all agree that at some point, we have been the grammar police (especially when scrolling down our news feed). I just thought I would take a few moments to shed some light on the things that I thought was obvious--no sarcasm here 🙂 Words that are commonly confused & drives … Continue reading Grammar Police–Common Mistakes
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How many writing styles are there and when the heck do I use them? These are two questions I often asked myself in school whenever a teacher instructed the class to write a paper. One would say "write it in MLA format." Another would follow up with, "write it in APA format." Then more recently, I … Continue reading Choosing the Write Style
As I entered the local library, I paid a visit to the "free book" bin & came across Leader of the Pack by Karen MacInerney (book 3 in the series). I read the synopsis & was immediately drawn in by the storyline. Though fantasy isn't my normal go-to genre, this book piqued my interest instantly. … Continue reading Leader of the Pack
Check out this helpful website to help generate plots, situations, or ideas for your characters. I personally found this site to be extremely helpful and essential in my writing journey. Follow them on Twitter https://www.writerswrite.com/fiction/plot-generators/
Upon reading, I've run across words that are not commonly used. I decided it would be helpful to share some of those words with you. If you are like me, you have not thought to use these words, or maybe even be unsure of what they mean. I will try my best (no promises) to … Continue reading Cheat Sheet for Writing
Last week, I visited the local library. Upon entering, they had a list titled the Great American Read. List courtesy of PBS. You can visit pbs.org/greatamericanread to learn more! Check out the list for a choice of summer reads! Below you will find the books listed. (I will * & bold the ones I've read) … Continue reading Great American Read
Today It is my absolute pleasure to be interviewing (Simene’ Walden) CEO of (The Student Teacher): Stephy Lionne: Hello! And thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little more about yourself and your background. A native of North Carolina, Simene’ Walden grew up in Northampton County, North Carolina where she attended Northampton … Continue reading Meet The Student Teacher: Simene Walden