This is just the place for you; where you can speak your mind and be heard. It might be just a silly old ditty, or a controversial topic of some sort that has piqued your interest. Whatever be the reason that drives you to write or speak your mind, this is one place where you will be noticed.
Yes, speak your mind and be heard. What you have to say counts.
Stanley Courage Dugah is a self educated writer and poet based in Ghana. Besides writing online (where he had won a number of writing contests), he’s working on a number of novels, novellas, short stories, screenplays, and a poetry collection. His current work-in-progress: “A Love Tale, a Political Satire, and a Thriller,” will be published in July, 2013.
From memories and knowledge, to stories and adventures, Maxine Burden brings you the first book ever about the heart and hub of Muscat in Oman; the Mutrah Souq. Throw Down the Anchor was released on December 02, 2014 in Muscat, Oman.
Adam Clark, sports editor at Mandy's Pages, delves into a theory that that investigation of Jerry Sandusky was leaked at its earliest stages by law enforcement to Pulitzer prize-winning Sara Ganim.
Poet Michael Dylan Welch represents Haiku Northwest, and shares extensively on the launch of ‘No Longer Strangers’, an anthology of haiku celebrating its Silver Jubilee. This is not just an ordinary, regular-style anthology of poetry, but rather a carefully planned and well-intended collection in honor of haiku poets with a purpose.
In the words of Tom Clausen who wrote the back cover blurb, those who buy my book of tanka will experience a world that moves them “from the moon and stars to the inner workings of the human condition” and will be taken “on a voyage of discovery and awareness of the ephemeral to a place that is lasting in our heart.” (David Terelinck)
Pastor Andre Wright from Topside Church of God, (Louisville, Tennessee), gives a brief yet Scriptural insight into 'loving thy neighbor' versus 'minding your own business.'
Many of you will make an attempt to write your (first) novel in the month of November - the National November Writing Month or NaNoWriMo. What do you do to motivate yourself to write, or do you just write off the top of your head and then go blank? Find helpful tips to motivate you to write a book within a span of 30 days; 50,000 words minimum.
Mandy, from Mandy's Pages and Blue Butterfly Bags, intends to merge two crafts into one with the new "Lyrical Blue Butterfly Bags" electronic journal. Read on for more details.
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