Navigating Fantasy: A Breakdown of Subgenres

One of my favorite things about the fantasy genre is its versatility. Almost any type of story you want to read, you can add a fantastical element and transform it into an entirely new subgenre. If you’re writing a fantasy novel, it can be difficult to distinguish which subgenre the story falls into. This categorization … Continue reading Navigating Fantasy: A Breakdown of Subgenres

Guest Post: Nothing Personal – A Short Story

"Janey? Janey, you in there? Open up!" Mary pounded on the screen door, praying the neighbors wouldn't stick their heads out and see who was causing a ruckus. It was 2 AM on a Thursday, and Tuesday Avenue was as quiet as could be. The trailer park across the street was ominous looking, with its … Continue reading Guest Post: Nothing Personal – A Short Story

Guest Blog: Turning Social Media Followers into a Reader Fan Base

For our first Guest Blog, I'd like to feature the very talented Emma Lombard. Emma is a historical fiction author living in Australia. She was born in England but grew up in Africa before settling in Australia 20 years ago. Before becoming a fulltime writer, Emma was an editor in various industries in the corporate … Continue reading Guest Blog: Turning Social Media Followers into a Reader Fan Base

Tips To Revive Your Blog

I recognized the problem – a dormant or barely active blog. What was the solution? Simple, revive the blog

What Two Years of Writing Practice and Blogging Has Taught Me

Last week, I invited Guest Bloggers to post for Mind and Life Matters and it was a huge step for me. This week, I am pleased to share the first guest post on Mind and Life Matters by none other than our stellar writer, Nicola Auckland of Sometime Stellar Storyteller. This is what Nicola has … Continue reading What Two Years of Writing Practice and Blogging Has Taught Me