Fifty Authors from Fifty States: Frances Pauli, Washington and Dragons: When most people think of Washington State they immediately bring to mind Seattle, constant rain, and copious amounts of coffee. While ...
We were stocking up at Wal-Mart an hour ago when the lights blinked twice, then all the power went out in that area of Kendallville. We got out thanks to the 15 minute backup battery on the registers, and managed to navigate two intersections with dark stop lights. Seriously messes up November, folks.
Simon Goodson’s latest “Seventh Question” features horror writer Joleene Naylor:
“Even the most attractive hero is still a killer.”
Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine vampire series, a world where vampires aren’t for children.
When you’re a writer, just being able to sit at the keyboard (or pen) may help save your sanity in these troubled times. (#WorstNovemberEver) So even though we’re halfway through National Novel Writing Month, I wanted to pass on Grammarly’s list of five writing mistakes to watch out for:
Thanks to Grammarly for the tips: