It’s October, the month of spooky scary haunts and horrors. And superstitions, of course. There’s no better time than now to take about writing superstitions. More than… Read more “Writing Superstitions”
St. De Sales was, of course, a writer. He’s best known for “Introduction to The Devout Life.” It’s famous for being one of the first books written for laymen, or people with little or no formal education.
For day two of banned book week, I’ve got another list for you. It’s a list of my top ten favorite banned books, just in case you need some ideas on what to read this week.
Banned book week is by far my favorite holiday on the bibliophile calendar. For those who don’t know, it’s a week celebrating books that have been banned from public and school libraries.
Have you ever written a tanka before? It’s like a haiku, but a little longer. It consists of five lines, with a syllable pattern of 5,7,5,7,7. I love the style because it gives all the brevity of a haiku, with a little more breathing room.
If you devoted fifteen minutes a day to writing, every day, for the next ten years, where would you be?
In case you’re wondering what you’ll find here, this is my estimated schedule for Paper beats world. Every other Sunday you can expect to find a new… Read more “My goal is to entertain”