Finding Inspiration In “Melt Into Me”

By C. Cording I often insist I have writer’s block, when in fact I might just not have the inspiration to write. This happens to me more often than I’d like to admit. I can only write well when I’m exceptionally sad, incredibly inspired, or have close contact with my

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Bleeding Rights: Why Are Women’s Rights Being Ignored?

The Case For Free Tampons By Krista Pool There’s certain questions that run through a woman’s head when it comes to bleeding uncontrollably every month and spending money to cease it. For instance why aren’t tampons a basic human right like a toilet or restroom use? Or why is there

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Sponsored Stories

Each month an author from Joe’s Writers’ Club creates a new and intriguing tale for our sponsor webpages. Joe’s Writers’ Club Sponsored Stories focuses on creative exciting adventures and heart warming tales in customized serials which are developed exclusively for each of our sponsors. The monthly stories are designed to

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Every writer suffers from writer's block at some point. The key is to not let it stop you from succeeding.

6 Tips to Break Through Writer’s Block

There are very few things as debilitating to a writer as writer’s block. Often, just the thought of those two words is enough to send a shiver down one’s spine. Sometimes, writer’s block is a temporary ailment and can simply be waited out. Other times, though, the answer is not

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The Twitter #WritersLift: A Good Idea Gone Bad

The #WritersCommunity on Twitter tends be to a fairly supportive place for independent authors like me. If I’m ever looking for inspiration, or advice, or just a friendly person to talk to, I know that I can search the hashtag and find exactly what I’m looking for in just a

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A Literary Pumpkin Lineup!

While it feels like we’ve already spent a full decade in 2020 already, the time also seems to be flying by. I can hardly believe that it’s already October. Halloween will be here in a blink of an eye, and I’m fine with that! I love Halloween and everything about

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How Bullet Journaling Made Me a Better Reader

Michael Wirth shares his experience with bullet journaling. One of my biggest flaws is that I’m a major procrastinator. I rarely come across a task that I can’t put off for a week or two, all the while complaining that I just don’t have the time to get to it.

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Need Writing Inspiration? Try Travelling

Sometimes, when writing, the words flow like water from a broken spigot. You see the scene clearly in your mind. The setting is perfectly situated. You hear the character’s words directly from their mouths. You devise a perfectly pithy way to describe how they are dressed. And all you have

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Sample Episode – Dave Lockwood – Book Craft and Workshopping

    JUL 27, 2020 EPISODE 1 Joe’s Writers’ Club / Dave Lockwood   In this special introductory sample to Joe’s Writers’ Club Podcast we feature:   Dave Lockwood stories: Entry Level Quitting Time Phil Regular and more… Adaptive Bookcraft Section: Building a tabletop RPG Discussing Dave’s Inspiration Introducing Corporate Gothic

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Corporate Gothic

The Daily Grind Meets the Shadows in the Darkness There is a time of day when the apparitions of the light begin to give way to the entities of the night. The morning hours subside; the afternoon’s events wind down, and the evening’s gray cast threatens to pull darkness over

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