War Springs Eternal by Joe Leonardi ©2018 All rights reserved. -1- Thunder announces a release from the earth. Fire ignites the darkness. Illuminating the night sky, Hell’s flame explodes bright orange. A yellow, oily rain falls upon the battlefield. It touches … Continue reading Excerpt – War Springs Eternal
The problem with many reviewers is that they are giving their opinion of what they like, not the quality of the story, and more importantly, not the value and understanding of the writer’s heart and soul. Continue reading Who Is Your Favorite Author?
“… the alteration of a word can throw an entire story out of key.” Ernest Hemingway I have had people criticize my work for breaking conventional rules of writing and grammar. Sometimes, these notes are accurate, and I make corrections. More … Continue reading Never Surrender Your Author’s Voice!
Recently I did a post entitled, Thank You Ernest Hemingway. The post contained seven tips from Hemingway on writing from open culture‘s website. The #6 tip was to write with a pencil. Hemingway gave three very very good reasons for … Continue reading Writing Instrument of Choice
Each time I am writing a story, I read the following, and strive to do all except numbers 3 & 6 (which I will discuss in an upcoming post). This particular list comes from open culture. In a writing phase, … Continue reading Thank You Ernest Hemingway