- First some inspiration… James Feudo talks about pushing yourself and illustrates his article with some real life experiences, something I’ve always felt adds a lot to a story.
James Feudo presents Do You Push Yourself Enough? posted at Overnight Sensation – Public Speaking, Communication and Personal Development.
- An insightful blog article about book prologues. Pay attention, ye novel-writers
Livia Blackburne presents Pillars of the Earth: an example of a prologue done well posted at Livia Blackburne.
- Here’s an article about the tough initial period of starting a business, when you aren’t actually making any money. Patrick says “Work for Free”… I say “Work for Fun”.
- The next post from Swagat is not original, but it’s always fun to re-read the oldies. One thing I’ve learned from writing is, there’s nothing new under the sun.
- Palmer Arkanian points out some funny names in this short piece:
- Here’s an interview with Sarah Hamaker about writing. Nothing very revolutionary, but it might be worth a glance for people very new to writing.
- I’m a little surprised to get the next submission, just because it’s so short. An interesting haiku…
- Here’s an interesting story about two very different people who got married… do men like this actually still exist? Soaked in the pickup artist world, I have a very different view on romance than the guy in this story, but whatever works for you!
Only nine submissions, so I’ll fill in the tenth with one of my own articles. We should end things on a cheerful note, so here are One Hundred Things that Make Me Happy