Write Mysteries & Thrillers? Submit to Inkitt’s FATED PARADOX Contest

Inkitt’s New Writing Competition – FATED PARADOX – Is Now Open for Submissions! What is Inkitt? Inkitt is a free writing platform where authors can get creative and watch their stories grow, and they’re opening a new writing contest for entries this spring. Inkitt is a place for writers and readers to collaborate, trade feedback […]

Enter Inkitt’s Free Fantasy Writing Competition – Epic Worlds: A New Adventure

Take us to an exciting new place in Inkitt’s new Writing Competition – Epic Worlds: A New Adventure! What is Inkitt? Inkitt is a free writing platform where authors can get creative and watch their stories grow, and they’re opening a new writing contest for entries this spring. Inkitt is a place for writers and […]

Revenge, Challenges, and the Writer: Writing Characters People WANT to Read About by Author Cheris Hodges

Because writing is cheaper than therapy, I’ve learned to channel my aggression into stories. Yes, writers get angry and get their revenge in print. But anger and aggression can only take you so far when it comes to telling a story — unless you’re writing a Taylor Swift song. To be honest with you, readers […]

Traveling the Writing Journey with Author Lorie Hardy

How did the idea for your book There Are No Good Men because There Are No Good Women present itself to you? I’ve always had a passion for women and the struggle they have with obtaining suitable companionship. But I guess I decided to put my learned experience in words when I decided to end […]

Traveling the Writing Journey with Author Niyah Moore

How did the story idea for Major Jazz come about? I was visiting San Francisco with my best friend, and she lived in the Fillmore District. She took me on a little tour of the jazz history, and we went into a few jazz clubs like Yoshi’s and Sheba Piano Lounge. I became so fascinated with […]

Traveling the Writing Journey with Author Cynthia Vespia

How did this story idea come about? I was on a trip to the mountains, on the way we passed a prison compound and the idea jumped out at me. It was later developed when I visited Alcatraz in San Francisco. In the truth is stranger than fiction category when I finished writing the novel, […]

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