Writers Challenge is brand new and needs YOU! If you enjoy participating in writing challenges and flexing your literary muscles by taking up an unscheduled and, perchance, unorthodox writing prompt, then you’d enjoy writing with us. If you’ve learned valuable writing skills from the challenges you’ve encountered along your writing journey, then we’d love for... Continue Reading →
. The ancient mist crept in slowly that night, reminding her of the friendship of razors, tucked in, under pillows while she slept. As she waited yet another night for her prince to arrive, she prayed quietly that he would be alive, that he would call to her, and set her free from too much... Continue Reading →
This Weekend's Author spotlight is on Enesha Bennet author of the YA/Fantasy novel, Secrets of the mind and also the children's book author of My little brother which features her own children. E.J Bennett is a stay at home mom of two young children, a girl age 5 and a boy age 2. Due to her... Continue Reading →
. I would love to take a few moments of your time to introduce you to an amazing poetess (IF you don't already know her, that is!). Writer of lyrical prose that never fails to make me "sigh!", I simply had to invite her to share more about herself and her writing in a Lime... Continue Reading →
Welcome Back Saturday, OH How I missed you! And Welcome Back intrepid reader, visitor or lost soul in search of something interesting to read...You've found Booknvolume and my weekly spotlight of an other Author or Poet, Photographer or Artist. You've popped by just in time to meet Dorinda Duclos, poet extraordinare and author of Night... Continue Reading →
Is it Saturday already? OH How time flies, but no matter, because Saturdays mean Lime Lights and that is fine with me 🙂 Time to shine the spotlight on another well-deserving Writer/Creater/Poet/Author who I recently met via Twitter (great place, Really, you ought to visit sometime if you don't usually). But who you can also... Continue Reading →
Please permit me the privilege of presenting the pleasing and positively pleasant Brenda Davis Harsham of Friendly Fairy Tales Blog found here: http://friendlyfairytales.com . Its the fairy magic that brings out the alliterations in me, but its Brenda that brings the smiles! Her glorious gardens for gazing, her prolific pleasing prose, the fanciful friendly fairies... Continue Reading →
Writers find inspiration for things to write about from many different sources. Taking that idea and developing a story is one challenge.
Do I proclaim Beauty in my Art with every fiber of my being, or do I bow to the pressure of sales, rating, and stats, producing something other than what would shimmer and glimmer, touch lives and speak quietly to hearts?