“Dreams,” a Haiku

Welcome to my contribution to my Weekly #Poetry Challenge, where you can write your own Haiku, Tanka, or Haibun using the prompt words of lead & save. Remember, synonyms are encouraged. Please read the directions on my challenge post to make sure you are following the rules for these forms of poetry. Please read the instructions on my challenge … Continue reading “Dreams,” a Haiku

How to Create a Haiku in English

I love poetry and believe that if you start writing "good" poetry, it will help you to become a better creative writer. That being said, I also like rules in poetry. There must be some parameters that we follow to create our visual word poems. Otherwise, we are left with words that don't convey a … Continue reading How to Create a Haiku in English

How to Write a Book: Everything You Need to Know in 20 Steps

I recently stumbled across Jerry Jenkins and started following him. You will want to read his advice for the steps in writing a book. I think he is spot on! ❤ As a 21-time New York Times bestselling author, I can tell you it’s easier to quit than to finish. But with this plan, you … Continue reading How to Write a Book: Everything You Need to Know in 20 Steps

“Re-visioning into Romance” By P. C. Zick

  One of my favorite things to do is to introduce authors who I consider to be exceptional writers and story tellers. Please meet my friend and author, P. C. Zick. "Revisions are a part of the writing process for all authors, but it took a “re-vision” of my writing life to give me a new … Continue reading “Re-visioning into Romance” By P. C. Zick

COLLEEN CHESEBRO: A Great Twitter Surprise!

I am honored and blessed to be featured on Sarah Mallery’s blog today. If you haven’t met Sarah, you will want to pay her visit. ❤

S.R. Mallery's AND HISTORY FOR ALL

About two years ago, I met this wonderful blogger/reviewer/author on Twitter. I do occasionally exchange messages on there, but for some reason, when Colleen and I started communicating, we simply clicked. One thing led to another, and not only was she reviewing my books on her blog, bless her heart, she was featuring me as well. And, in spite of her extraordinarily busy schedule, she always kept in touch with me, asking me about my work, how I was doing, etc. As each new book came out, there she was, waiting in the wings to read and review. So, thank you Colleen for your open arms…and your open heart.

Oh, I suppose I should also thank Twitter, for bringing us together!

Her Amazon Profile:

Colleen M. Chesebro is a writer of cross-genre fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Her debut novel, a YA fantasy series called, “The Heart Stone Chronicles –…

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Are You Writing Effective Sentences? | Writing Forward

Here is some great help to improve your writing. Worth a read. ❤ Are you writing effective sentences? Pick up some tips, techniques, and practices to boost your sentence-writing skills. Source: Are You Writing Effective Sentences? | Writing Forward

Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge # 32 – LEAD & SAVE

Happy POETRY Tuesday everyone! Are you ready to get groovy with your poetry? Then, you're in the right place! Pull up a chair, and let's write some poetry. Image credit: Pinterest-Poem by Jim Morrison You can write your poem in one of the three forms defined below: HAIKU in English TANKA HAIBUN You can do … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge # 32 – LEAD & SAVE