Cures for anything can be hard to discover. Unfortunately for writers, the cure for writer's block also has yet to be found. Luckily, though, writers possess the power to prevent writer's block from striking. We can also prevent the stay from lasting far too long. This year, kick writer's block to the curb with all … Continue reading How To Distance Yourself From Writer's Block This Year
William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and Mary Shelley. These are just some of many classical writers who wrote some of the best and most iconic pieces of literature. Or is that what we are instructed to believe? To this day, they are celebrated, read for pleasure, and the source of classroom curriculum. … Continue reading Do English Students Have An Obligation To Enjoy All Classic Literature?
There are many writing magazines a literature enthusiast can subscribe to. One type of writing magazine I enjoy is The Writer's Chronicle, a publication packed with publishing opportunities, interviews, tips, discussions, ideas, and more. I managed to get my hands on ten copies of The Writer's Chronicle which gave me a taste of the amazing … Continue reading The Best Articles & Takeaways From The Writer’s Chronicle Magazine
One of my favorite shops to visit is the bookstore. It is super easy to get lost inside the scenery of shelves and words. It is nearly unbelievable how many different stories surround all at once. Recently, I went to my nearest Barnes & Noble in seek of new authors and stories. Thankfully, I had … Continue reading My Barnes & Noble Book Haul
One of the perfect settings for a summer romance is the beach. The sand, ocean waves, and sunscreen scent is a landscape that marvels in the months of June, July, and August. A lot of possibility lives on the coast. It hides itself inside of curled seashells and dances in the jet stream wind of … Continue reading What Should The Setting Of Your Story Be?