My fellow writers and poets. WordPress has become saturated, positively inundated, with overnight blogs with one main point of discussion: COVID-19. Meanwhile, I have noticed a sharp decline in your releases. I’m not calling anyone out, I am merely pointing out. You guys, I’m begging you, do not stop creating. Do stop from releasing. WhatContinue reading “A Pep Talk to Writers and Poets”
As always, your questions and comments crack me up, some perplex me (as you’ll read) and in this blog I present the best of the one-off questions and comments.
Please enjoy this moment of satire in quarantine from a writer’s perspective. Cheers, y’all.
For publication reasons I am withdrawing my poem, “The Kiss” from AWC.
BONUS: I read the opening sentence (not an excerpt) to my first erotica short story, The Client, as a thank you for all the views on YouTube!!!
A freelance article. Cheers, y’all.
Life’s too short. Know when it’s time to choose a new story.
Publishers and agents want to know that writers have cultivated an online market that can be tapped immediately, so the more followers you have the more your work will be taken into consideration – garbage or not.