I promised a delightfully wicked and twisted fairy tale. Coral Rivera is your best author for such a story. Here is a snippet of a piece she titled "I'd Like to Clip Your Wings so You Can't Fly". You can follow the link below for the full version or go straight to it from here. … Continue reading Certainly not a Disney ending
For me, these two go hand in hand. I know I’m not the only person that does this, but more often than not, I get asked how I can “multi-task”. Well… A) I am just a multi-tasking type of person and B) It just happens. I have no real answer as to how and why … Continue reading Music Flow = Writing Focus
The Endever Process: From the Front Line I recently took part in what I have affectionately termed ‘The Endever Process’, submitting my novel for scrutiny by the in-house authors of my publisher, Endever Publishing Studios. It was an enlightening, challenging, and overall rewarding experience, and one that is set to make my novel 100% better. … Continue reading Author Post- Matthew Wainwright
I am happy to announce that Endever has a new family member- Claire L. Fishback! I've only had a week to get to know her and could already talk for pages and pages about her. I'm going to leave to her the joy of introducing herself so for now, I will leave you with my … Continue reading Welcome our newest author!
Blogging can be such an unrewarding endeavor, causing most people to quit trying before they even get anywhere. That is why I love seeking out the new kids on the block, the little toddler blogs taking their first steps. Though they may not have the experience of someone with 10,000 followers, they have a far … Continue reading WP Saturday Spotlight- Bri
“Hey!” She turned, startled by the sudden shout, her feet splashing in the crystal-clear water that flowed around her ankles. A man was standing on the bank — at least, she supposed it was a man. It was hard to tell beneath the bumblebee costume that covered him from head to foot, like the kind … Continue reading The Dive, by Matthew Wainwright
When you've got kids in the house you're going to hear a lot of the song "Try Everything" from Zootopia. It's my kids' favorite part of the movie, and quite frankly, it's a damn good song. And the lyrics hold a lot of truth. Simply, "Try everything." This applies to writers as much as it … Continue reading Try Everything