2 Smart ways to Describe like a pro

The sleepy months of summer are withering away and you want to get back to writing, but then you suddenly feel insecure. You don’t feel like your writing is drawing the attention of your readers. Or maybe you have a stand as an author known for your way with words, but you’ve hit a dead…

The Bad Boy I was Dating: Experience To Writing

As a writer, we long to create realistic yet swoon worthy characters to sweep the reader off their feet and have their fingers itching to turn the page. What better way to create a realistic character that building one from past relationships, building on your last boyfriend or best friend. Writing requires an ever increasing…

Inspiration: The flickering bulb in writing

It’s one thing to have a plan. It’s another to execute it. And it’s a completely different story when keeping to the tight schedule of a plan; this could be the next book you’re writing, or the blog you’re managing. As a writer inspiration is everything. It’s well known to flicker like an aged light…

The Writer’s Voice: The memoir author telling all

It’s yet again another segment of The Writer’s Voice and today we’re getting up close and personal with the memoir writer telling all, past experiences, trauma, secrets about love and it’s all exclusive right here on The E-book Review. Starting off, we’re welcoming guest author Charlotte Thomason. It’s wonderful to have you, here, how do…

The Writer’s Voice: The writer with seven amazon books

Starting off another Writer’s Voice Interview, I would like to welcome David Molina, the author with seven amazon books. Now I’ve been in the writing game a long time-probably not as long as he has-but publishing seven books on Amazon deserves my respect. Thank you David for being willing to be featured today. I guess,…

Open and Close Method: How to write mystery

I love writing mystery books, it’s my genre and often at times I get asked how they’re so good? It’s simple, really. I just do what I like to call the Open-and -Close-Method. This simply implies opening a problem: The general problem of the book and solve it. But then the book is too small…

Recycling your stories: How to grow as a writer

You’ve written a book all those years ago, and you happen to stumble upon it and it was a major cringe fest. If you happen to be like me, then you started writing at a very young age and stumbling upon your very first book gives you mixed feelings. It’s either you really want to…

The Writer’s Voice: Meet the writer with 300 unfinished works

Aspiring writers worried about their unfinished works, hold on to your hats, because our guest author today is spilling everything about her writing experience and how she has 300 unfinished manuscripts. To kick of today’s segment, I would like to start up this segment by welcoming our guest writer and author Sara Beeksma to The…

Goals: How they saved my writing career

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…

The Writer’s Voice: ‘simplicity is as effective as complexity’

It’s not uncommon for book blogs to feature Authors and The E-book Review is no stranger to author interviews, but we’re switching things up a bit, collaborating with Amazon Kindle authors. The E-book Review welcomes, you, Chiara Benedetta to today’s post. How does it feel to be here? Fine. Thank you for this opportunity Alright,…