A Major Part of American Literature

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] The short story has long been a major part of American literature. Many famous authors started out writing short stories. Louis L’Amour wrote short stories for years for magazines and papers in order to get Read more

Differences between Classicism and Romanticism

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Introduction: Generally, ‘Classicism’ was the collection of the standards or pattern embodied in the literature, art, or architecture of ancient Greece and Rome. In other words, it meant following traditional standards (as of simplicity, self-control, Read more

Creative Writers, See How Much You Know on This Quiz

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Creative writing is so much more than stringing your words together in the proper order. It is the wondrous transport by which you place your own thoughts and fears into the hearts and minds of Read more

Professional Writers Toe the Line of Publishing Format Standards

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] You’ve written, retooled, and revised. Now it’s time to turn your manuscript over to an editor to be refined before you submit it to the “critical eye” of a publisher. You want to ensure that Read more

Never Waste a Good Crisis – Gulf Oil Spill + 2012 = A Raising of Human Consciousness?

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Never Waste a Good Crisis Gulf Oil Spill + 2012 = A Raising of Human Consciousness? Hillary Clinton is of course famous for saying “Never waste a good crisis”. She was paraphrasing Rahm Emanuel who Read more