No Whining Wednesday – Don’t Drown Your Own Voice — heroicallybadwriter

Originally posted on The PBS Blog: Welcome back to another No Whining Wednesday! If this is your first time visiting this blog or if you are new to this segment, please visit the original No Whining Wednesday post HERE to learn more OR the No Whining Wednesday Page to access all previous episodes. The No…

via No Whining Wednesday – Don’t Drown Your Own Voice — heroicallybadwriter

A True History of The Isles Vol II Chapter 15- The Wars of the Roses as advertised by Shakespeare, William. — heroicallybadwriter

Overview Because the Wars of The Roses are very interesting, long and confusing they had the historical effect of making kings’ reigns part of them and not as was usual the other way around. As it is important that the wars are addressed as the main topic we should therefore bear in mind that although […]

via A True History of The Isles Vol II Chapter 15- The Wars of the Roses as advertised by Shakespeare, William. — heroicallybadwriter

#SilentSunday — heroicallybadwriter

Originally posted on anita dawes and jaye marie: ?

via #SilentSunday — heroicallybadwriter

The Nativity by Gari Melchers — heroicallybadwriter

The Nativity by Gari Melchers You know how it goes, a piece of music or art takes hold of you and just will not let you go. Maybe it is the time, the place, or perhaps just the accumulation of knowledge and imagination in life which impacts on you. Personally, I am very receptive to […]

via The Nativity by Gari Melchers — heroicallybadwriter

Child of Woe, Child of Wonder — heroicallybadwriter

Originally posted on ~Burning Woman~: (a poem by ~burning woman~ ) I don’t do love (she said) He looked at her dismayed not knowing what to add; not knowing which new bait he could put on his hook. But I’m OK with friendship (she added with a smile) I’m also OK with closeness I can…

via Child of Woe, Child of Wonder — heroicallybadwriter

Indie Authors and Controversial Posts – Should You? Should You Not? — heroicallybadwriter

Originally posted on The PBS Blog: I think it boils down to why you write in the first place. I understand why people propose you don’t post about super controversial topics but at the same time, I don’t. I don’t because I think about what it means to be a writer. For me, this is…

via Indie Authors and Controversial Posts – Should You? Should You Not? — heroicallybadwriter

Get Set for THE Adventure Writing Contest — heroicallybadwriter

Originally posted on Fiction by Rachael Ritchey: Hey, hey, hey!!! It’s time to prepare for the Adventure Scifi and Fantasy Contest coming at the end of February! I’ve got all the official rules and stuff for you here today, but we’ll get to that shortly. Entries for this Short Story Contest don’t actually open until…

via Get Set for THE Adventure Writing Contest — heroicallybadwriter