On today’s segment of The Writer’s Voice, we’re going to be doing things a bit differently by first taking a few words from our featured author for today, Christoffel Sneijders. Why do I think it is groundbreaking what I bring in this book? It is rocking new science about how to connect better with people (partner, siblings, kids, parents, friends and colleagues) based the science … Continue reading The Writer’s Voice: How Men and Women Fit
Writing is a dark abyss. It’s telling the story you believe means something to you, and at times it can be difficult to see the nearly blurry end of the tunnel. But what if I told you there was a way to see the end as clearly as the words on your page? Now you’re probably wondering what the actual hell is she yapping about … Continue reading Goals: How they saved my writing career
Good morning and welcome to The Ebook Review, the blog that hopes to empower new e-book writers and to recruit aspiring authors. Your name is Tina, but you’re known as what on Wattpad? I am known as Athela Perk, But yes, my name is Tina. Well you’re always welcome to The E-book Review Tina. You’re a Writer, can you tell the viewers of The E-book … Continue reading The Writers Voice: ‘I write to fulfill my unfulfilled desires’
As a reader, three elements drew me into this Greek Mythology novel. The first would be the cover, the second being the amount of readers engaging in the book-I mean this is a book with 39.7k readers sticking up to date with the serially updated e-book- and the third element that had me hooked would be the blurb. Hades to me is an out of … Continue reading E-Book Review: Hades
We’re used to talking about writing, how to write, how to become a successful writer… and such. But what about the secrets they don’t tell you? The dark aspects of writing that could send you shuddering in the corner? I’m here to dish it all. Let’s start with the cost of just writing a book. If you thought writing a bestseller entailed just writing the … Continue reading Exclusive: The secrets they never tell you about writing!
Social media, our daily pill. We wake up to it, we fall asleep to it. But how can it help in writing exactly? Easy, the community. It’s easy to slip into isolation when writing, but with these few social media apps, and tips on how to use them, you’ll become a social writer in no time. First on our list is Facebook: We all know … Continue reading Writing Resources: Part two
How I read The Fault in our stars novel for free! Okay so I get the fact that that book was published ages ago and I still hadn’t read it even if there was a movie adaptation out at the time. I swore to myself that I wouldn’t watch the movie before reading the book, it’s just something I do. So I searched for the … Continue reading AnyBooks