Reading Elizabeth Arthur's new book is like talking to a friend you haven't seen in years... A classic heroic quest ... the book is extraordinarily satisfying. Morgan's interior quest and her reflections on the meaning of Antarctica are absolutely fresh and engrossing.
Twitter Surviving Change by Kurt Seapoint "A GEM! GUARANTEED TO BE YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR ALL THINGS TWITTER." - Sue-Ellen Welfonder, USA Today Bestselling Author https://www.amazon.com/TWITTER-Surviving-Change-Retweets-Responsibilities-ebook/dp/B07GCS2D3R/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1534073111&sr=1-1&keywords=TWITTER+Surviving+Change%3A This is the handbook you need now to survive on Twitter... Twitter: Surviving Change is a quick-read handbook to help you navigate the platform today. The rules have changed and … Continue reading New Release Boost: Twitter, Surviving Change by Kurt Seapoint
Rita Goodall-Mitchell (known as @Joestalksbeck on Twitter) is by training a chemist and former researcher who is now a tutor of math, chemistry and physics at a local college near her home. In the past year she has developed a love for animating book covers for authors. Being a devout lover of the books she jumped at … Continue reading Artist Feature: Rita Goodall-Mitchell, Book Cover Animator
WriterWriter: The Place-To-Be For Amazing Stories. Founded by @DJCollins82 & @byMorganWright (that's me!!) Quarterly writing contests, writers' resources & inspiration. ***Coming soon: - Monthly TBR Newsletter: find the latest & greatest indie reads!! (Subscribe to our newsletter here) - Writing Competition: WriterWriter starts accepting submissions for its first writing competition on September 7 (Genre to be announced soon) - … Continue reading New Announcement: Website WriterWriter (writer-writer.com) launching 7 September!!
Letters from Alice is the fascinating true story of a 1920s almoner, pieced together from a collection of letters found in the London Metropolitan Archives; a gripping and deeply moving tale, enriched with lively social history and excerpts from newspaper articles, which brings the colourful world of 1920s London to life.
The Heretic’s Guide to Homecoming Book One: Theory Interrogating Real-World Mental Health Struggles in the Realm of Fantasy by Sienna Tristen “A vivid coming-of-age story that explores the struggles of chronic anxiety and self-doubt within a richly-detailed fantasy setting.” Amazon US: amzn.to/2w2Bp74 “Life is transformation. You change or you die.” We are living in an age … Continue reading New Release Boost: “The Heretic’s Guide to Homecoming” by Sienna Tristen
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Stay tuned for my upcoming book: ‘The Company of Wretches’
Book Review by Morgan Wright on 'Light the Dark: Writers on Creativity, Inspiration, and the Artistic Process' (Edited by Joe Fassler) “Of all other books on writing I have ever read, this one goes unsurpassed.” - Morgan Wright
On November 6th, singer/songwriter Sara de Ville has once again swept us off our feet with her newest single “Christmas Promise”...
So, I did it!! My official website is now live!! And I know I'm totally begging here, but could you pretty please subscribe to my newsletter? (P.S. I promise not to stalk you) Thank you so much beforehand!! Check it out here: https://www.morganwrightbooks.com "Check out author @byMorganWright’s website and newsletter below. Great tips and advice." … Continue reading New Website: morganwrightbooks.com
Generally, there’s no ideal chapter length. Depending on the length of your novel, you’ll likely have a rough chapter amount in mind. Whether this is 15, 20 or 40 will simply depend on your personal preference. With my novels, especially my fantasy novels, the lowest word count in a single chapter is around 2000 while … Continue reading How long should your chapters be?
You'll have to spend months, maybe years, world-building in fantasy, so be sure you’re prepared for the amount of time this will covet from your life. For fantasy writers, this tends to be the ultimate challenge- concocting a world entirely from scratch. Before starting, have a story in mind. Is it your intention to write … Continue reading World-building in Fantasy
As an author, I find this specific skill to be immensely trying. Writing a book blurb means describing your book in 100-200 words maximum. Less than said word count looks like you didn’t bother spending time on writing it to the best of your ability but, on the other hand, writing anything over 200 words fails … Continue reading Mastering the Art of Writing a Spectacular Book Blurb
Hello all! First of all, let me introduce you to my blog... and myself. I am an undergraduate in BA (Honours) English Literature and Creative Writing (I began my BA at the Open University at 16). My life is slightly unconventional- I'm of Belgian nationality, have lived in Spain for over 12 years, but I … Continue reading Morgan Wright presents Literary Avenue