What does it take to be an author? What does a professional writer's life entail? Find out what Michael Sahno has to say about the subject.
C.D. Tavenor shares his thoughts about writing, publishing, and what the life of an author looks like.
"Catherine burned. She burned all over and she burned inside. She was amazed there were no visible flames but she felt them, licking at her, bearing into her, pouring fire into her veins. She felt alive. Life was pain, she remembered now, and there was pleasure in that pain. Why else would anyone live?" … Continue reading Author Interview- Irina Slav
“Her words became the air they took as breath, suffocating them. To all those watching, they only saw the girl whisper, the men gasp, the bodies falling to the ground like speedbumps, tripping those who tried to run. All in all, it was easily in the top five most interesting parades I’ve been to.” - … Continue reading Author Interview- Hanson Oak
For most people, the title of a book is the first thing that catches your attention. That, or the cover design. While the title doesn’t always give you a good idea of what the book is about, they are attention grabbers. This is probably why so many people go out of their way to come … Continue reading Top 10 Book Titles List: Creative and Unique Titles
The Writer’s Roadmap by Leigh Shulman This book was created for writers ready to get serious about their work. This is a workbook that fits perfectly with the Journaling for Entrepreneurs concept. Now it’s your turn to stop struggling to make a living writing and make your writing dreams come true. Whether you want to … Continue reading The Writer’s Roadmap: Book Review
If you read "Real Artists Don’t Starve" expecting it to give you a blueprint on exactly what to do, you will be disappointed. That is not the point of a book like this. The premise behind Real Artists Don’t Starve is that each person has their own creative journey and you need motivation to turn … Continue reading Review- “Real Artists Don’t Starve” by Jeff Goins
Author Description: Portrait of Death is the first in a brand new series and is a fast paced dramatic thriller. This is a new and different take that separates itself from other serial killer books. Portraits of Death is a thriller about a woman who takes up murder as a means to create art. … Continue reading Portraits of Death by Greg Ryan- A Review
The Matrix of Western Culture: Perspectives on History, the Arts, and Ideas by Arthur Wenk According to his bio, Arthur Wenk has been a jack-of-all trades in the academic world. He has been a musicologist, calculus teacher, and psychotherapist. He has written several books and public lectures ranging from a detective book series featuring … Continue reading The Matrix: An Intriguing Look Into the Centuries of the Past
Being as I am currently studying history, I thought my first review back should be a history book. I was a little shocked to find this book was so short, especially considering the author claims you will learn everything you ever wanted to know about the major points of American history. I didn't believe this … Continue reading American History: History of the United States… by Andrew White