Today, we celebrate the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We remember him as a Baptist minister, a civil rights leader, an advocate for nonviolent assembly and change, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, and a powerful orator. I think sometimes, though, people forget he was a brilliant author. Leah … Continue reading Writing Lessons Learned from the Work of Dr. King
Ciao, SEers. I have the privilege of being the first of us to write a Friday Book Share post. When we talked about revamping our Friday content, I was concerned about this particular topic, because I read so many books that really appeal to me for any number of reasons---I knew it would be hard … Continue reading Friday Book Share: Sue Coletta’s Blessed Mayhem
Merry Christmas, SE readers! Today, I share the gift of good Scrivener news, just in time for the holidays - as Joan has listed the software as a good writer gift. It's been well known for a while that Literature & Latte, makers of Scrivener, that newer versions of the software were in the works. … Continue reading What’s New With Scrivener 3?
Ciao, SEers. Staci here. It’s October, which means I’m getting more than my fix of all things horror. I love the genre… the tingling sensation on my spine, the chills on the back of my neck, the racing pulse. I read and watch horror for the abject thrill of it all. Unfortunately, because I’m an editor … Continue reading Being Too Stupid to Live and Other Horror Foibles
I am offline this week, so I won’t be around to answer questions today. My wonderful and talented colleagues have agreed to pitch in and respond to your comments on my behalf. If you have a question specifically for me, go ahead and ask. I’ll get back to you when I’m back online. Otherwise, you're … Continue reading Why Novelists Should Write Short Fiction