Why I’ve never included a dedication in any of my books … and why I might start doing it from now on.
In an age of reboots, there’s a reason nobody’s making Zorro movies, TV shows, or books.
There are only three things you need to do to win writing contests.
For me, and for many writers I’ve encountered over the years, it’s that old chestnut, “Write like you speak.”
If someone else reads your poem out loud, they can break your meter and slant your rhymes. Is it worth the risk?
Journalist Hunter S. Thompson, notorious for being the worst procrastinator of any working reporter, is the last person you’d turn to for procrastination-busting strategies. But this method of his works every time.
Is there such a thing?