on Just Publishing Advice: Something didn’t work out. Now you want to delete a book after it is published. It can happen for a lot of reasons. You self-published a book on Amazon and got some terrible reviews. Perhaps you had a change of heart about the subject of your Kindle ebook. For whatever reason, […] […]How To Delete A Book After It Is Published – by Derek Haines… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog — When Angels Fly
Yesterday magic happened. I finished my work in record time, my Pandora’s box of unwanted emails remained silent, my phone did not ring, and silence spread with the warm sunshine. A dozen long overdue tasks mysteriously migrated to the Ta-Done tab. A pair of Mourning Doves found a snowless patch of ground in my garden […]The 2021 Daily Writing Challenge – February 27 — Jo Hawk
The best ghost stories from the Victorian era to read for Halloween or Christmas – selected by Dr Oliver Tearle As the nights are drawing in, how about a ghost story? The Victorians loved a ghost story, and many of the most celebrated writers of Victorian novels had a go at this ghoulish genre, from […]10 Classic Victorian Ghost Stories Everyone Should Read — Interesting Literature
Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1834-1903) was an English writer who wrote mostly, it seems, about his travels and his family. Why he thought anyone would be interested in his six volume autobiography (The Story of my Life), I don’t know; but from it, we do learn that he had a lot of friends who liked to tell ghost stories. And Hare wrote them down.
Augustus Hare (1834-1903). Source: Wikimedia
In that roundabout way that happens while doing research for a potential post, I found myself browsing the last three volumes of The Story of my Life. And I came upon an oddly familiar story, one that Hare records from a “Miss Broke,” the niece of the Gurdons, a family that Hare is staying with in Suffolk.
A woman living in Ireland begins having frequent dreams of “the most enchanting house I ever saw”—detailed dreams, about walking through…
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By Nicole Graev Lipson After my son was born, I emailed my college writing teacher to share the news, eager to bring her along with me into this new life stage. Once, she’d been the notoriously intimidating professor whose name got passed around among Cornell’s English majors. But after three semesters in her classroom, over […] […]Lydia Fakundiny and the Art of the Essay — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog — THE DEVIANTS. A NOVEL BY SERENA HARKER.
While starting a blog can be a really good deal if you make use of all the resources available, it can be a handful if you’re just starting and have high expectations about it. This is the point of my blog post today. My goal isn’t to talk you out of starting a blog but rather to remind you of what it takes so you know what to expect if and when you do start one.REASONS WHY YOU SHOULDN’T START A BLOG. — Being Teresa
As I mentioned earlier, when I first started, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I thought I would just sign up for a Wp account and get straight into it but boy was I wrong. For some reason I couldn’t get anything to write about and so many times I had to delete everything and start all over again. But most importantly, I soon found out that I was deeply in love with the concept of blogging…Reasons why I started my blog and why you should too. — Being Teresa
Hi everyone, I hope you’re doing well and here is some tips and advice for all aspiring authors from bestselling author, Kayla Krantz! Tips for the Aspiring Author By Kayla Krantz There are a lot of guides out there telling you, the aspiring author, what you should and shouldn’t do when it comes to writing. […]Tips and writing advice for all aspiring authors – From Bestselling Author, Kayla Krantz! — Penable
I’m not very good at keeping friends. My sister is still very close to people she went to school with, lifelong friendships which have stood the test of time. Throughout her life she has added to this list, managing to keep in touch with everyone. At the last time of checking she was friends with […]I’m Not Very Good At The Friend Stuff — Fractured Faith Blog
By Daphne Strasert Mary Shelley is best known as the author of Frankenstein, a keystone work of the horror genre. Shelley’s legacy is a confused one, since her major work has been muddled by the reinterpretations of the monster in movies and television. However, her original novel remains popular in its own right and is […]Women in Horror: Mary Shelley — HorrorAddicts.net