Turn letters into words, words into sentences, and sentences into wonders.
I read a lot of flash fiction for 5 reasons: 1. I started as a publisher a long time ago […]
Caution: if you pull my leg and I pull yours, both of us won’t be able to walk.
I don’t give up submitting to the same #litmag, even after a dozen rejections. I tried to give up once, […]
You’re not a Real Writer until the day you realize that a rejection doesn’t mean your story is bad but: […]
You have to realize that the usage of the second pronoun in creative writing is overrated by the factor of […]
Not to be discouraged by rejections is a good first step but the next one is to be persistent. Edit […]
Add layers. The more you have, the better. Don’t worry if some readers would miss them. The better ones won’t. […]
When I see the word “always” in the question, e.g. “is writing always fun?” I always say no.
Most of the social media is empty of nuances but full of rage.