The Others

This is a short story where aliens go undercover on the planet EARTH. A group of aliens are sent on a mission to discover the human’s weaknesses. But only two makes it to Earth alive. After 20 years of spending time with the humans, they… Read the story to find out. Enjoy!

Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Content Writer?

Thousands of people claim themselves to be professional content writers. Are you one of them? Do you think you have what it takes to truly deserve to be known as a professional content writer? Find out.

How to Write a Kissing Scene

If your lips have ever tingled or you’ve gotten a shiver while reading about a kiss, you know the importance of creatively writing about more than just the kiss itself. Whether you are a seasoned writer or an up and comer, you’ll find some tips in this article that will help you add passion and depth to your next kissing scene.

Editing Tips for Creative Writers

One of the worst things you can do as a writer is to become your own editor. But for many of us it’s a job we’re stuck with simply because of financial considerations.

The Crow’s Throne

The death-bird alights atop the weathervane, raking his terrible gaze across the marshland of recent rains. Steady plop, drip of rainwater, trickling down the drainpipe, the beady black eyes stare at the two-legged ground-walker’s miserable figure, stumbling to get through this marsh.

Death’s Alchemist

The trees stretch their great limbs in search of the vanishing Sun obscured by the mass of clouds. Birds whistle indifferently to the skies. Squirrels chatter angrily to the wind. Small rodents scurry about the forest floor. Two deer graze in a clearing. All is peaceful, if noisy.

The Crack in the Wall

September 25, 2007: I’m not one to be frightened easily. I don’t scream or jump when I see a spider. I can watch a horror movie without freaking out. But there is something that gets to me. No one understands why it is so scary to me. No one understands. But it is the most disturbing thing in the world. I have seen naught like it. I don’t even understand why it’s so frightening.

How to Create Three-Dimensional Characters

Why are some characters in novels fascinating and others are unbelievably boring? How can you create characters that are believable and interesting? Start by writing a short biography of each character and keep that on a separate sheet. Flesh out their emotional conflicts, both within themselves and with other people. Keep working to differentiate your characters so that they will become three-dimensional instead of shallow.

Family History in the Making

Do you remember family stories that could be the center of a great novel? Are there people in your family who should be the main character in a movie? You can use these as a springboard for your next writing project.

Unearthing Treasure Left Behind by Legendary Jane Austen

Jane Austen was one English novelist whose writing career on romantic fiction propelled her into historical journals. Today, her publications are some of the widely read among the English literature writers. She wrote and published her first novel between 1798-99.

Forms of Creative Writing – Short Stories

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Character and Spirit Captured in “The Cut of Her Jib”

Breathe life into your characters by getting in touch with their spirits. Spirit is the essence of being (breath), and character embraces the distinguishing features, disposition, and qualities of a person. Although, places and objects have character, they don’t have spirit.

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