Tips on Writing: Writing Tools

Published on November 28, 2012 by

Guest post by Chris Hoole   Depending on the type of job that you do, you are likely to have a number of tools available to you. Your tools could be a hammer, it could be a formula 1 car, or it could even be a Typhoon fighter. Without the right tools a worker cannot do their job as effectively as they would like to, or perhaps even not at all. Writers are no exception and they too will have a variety of tools at their disposal that will allow

No Comments  comments 

Free ebook download! Fighting the Storm

Published on November 22, 2012 by

FREE! FOR A LIMITED TIME You can now download the first book in the Cageside Chronicles series for free. You can get your free eBook download for Kindle, iPad, Kobo or Nook. Click on your retailer below and be reading on your device in minutes! KINDLE iPAD KOBO NOOK   Fighting the Storm (Cageside Chronicles: Tommy Knuckles Trilogy 1) The young adult fiction series for the warrior at heart Exactly what UFC and MMA fans have been waiting for. Tommy lowered his head again. “I’m not a fighter,” he said.

1 Comment  comments 

3 Ways to Improve Writing

Published on November 9, 2012 by

Guest post by Steven Grella While I have come to know that my grammar and punctuation gradually improves the older I get, now that I am in college I quickly realized I needed to take a proactive step by enhancing my understanding of the parts of speech, along with improving the common mistakes I tend to make in the papers I write for class. The few steps I took have enhanced the structure of my essays and allowed me to take a corrective approach at dealing with the main issues that

No Comments  comments 

Kathy Reichs: Turning a lifelong career into writing success

Published on November 5, 2012 by

Guest post by Adam Turncliffe The story of Kathy Reichs, a now-popular American crime novelist and producer whose life inspired the prime time police series Bones, who went from a renowned forensic anthropologist to the imaginative writer we know today, is certainly an interesting one. The accomplishments of the forensics expert from Chicago will take some beating, as even with 15 international best-sellers behind her as well as an established televised crime drama series her real-life pursuits are even more remarkable than that of ‘Temperance Brennan’ the heroine of Kathy Reichs’

No Comments  comments