Write About It Wednesday – Spring Break

Hello Writers! Have you had a chance to sign up for the Easy Book Writing Crash Course yet? If you have, I hope you have found your first couple of lessons helpful. If you haven't signed up, what's stopping you? It's free! This week is Spring Break week. Spring Break brings back memories of freedom, … Continue reading Write About It Wednesday – Spring Break

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Creation of Gothic Tales through Settings, Events, and Characters

Gothic Literature is a sub-genre of romanticism consisting of novels and short stories, which emerged between 1800 and 1850. Gothic Literature focuses on the grotesque, desolate, and mysterious usually including supernatural or horror motifs to show the evil inside of humans. Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Joyce Carol Oates use settings, events, and characters … Continue reading Creation of Gothic Tales through Settings, Events, and Characters

Free Topic Friday – Book Signing

Happy Friday, Writers! This weekend, as I mentioned on Write About It Wednesday, I am doing a book signing at Lubbock-Con, an all-inclusive convention for authors, artists, comic fans, general pop culture, and cosplayers of every variety. This will be my third year at Lubbock-Con. It has been an amazing experience each time. I love … Continue reading Free Topic Friday – Book Signing