Makayla Ruebush’s debut essay collection, Swallowing Stones, is in its editing stages. Read more about why Makayla is writing this book and where its idea originated.
Master tone and mood in your story outline and write a novel that leaves a lasting impact on its readers with creative storytelling.
As writers, using appropriate language and accurately representing different cultures is our respectful duty. This challenge of communication, of expressing right and wrong, has taken a multitude of industries by storm, and the writing world was not an exception.
From Erotic Romance to YA Fantasy and onto Children’s Literature, April Stults is embarking on an academic adventure with Milo the Doodle Cat and his friends…
Allie Gravitt is based in Marietta, Georgia and spends her days mostly in her head, trying to keep a lot of little humans and animals alive. When she has time to breathe she really likes to travel and play music. She doesn’t know how to write about anything that isn’t true.
Allie Gravitt’s debut poetry collection, Prisonbreaks, authentically discusses universal topics for women who, like Allie, felt forced into reflection through the slow-down and fear of the pandemic.
April Stults has been a writer for as long as she could remember, but she struggled with discovering the WHY behind her writing and author identity. Read more as she provides deep insight into the writing process.
Robyn Spodek-Schindler is an art therapist turned children’s author while she was seeking ways to cope with grief after the loss of her father. Now, she’s using her writing to help children and their families.
For Sierra Mullins, becoming a novelist is a dream long held. Her journey to achieving the goal of becoming a published author came just as she needed it to, yet when she least expected. Read more about her road to writing her first novel, Estate Blood, here.
Christine Minucci is a Brooklyn mom and wife who is turning tragedy to triumph as she writes a memoir about her experience with an AVM.