While I have offered some good advice in my Wordslinger posts, (and we’ve all had a few good yucks in the process) I think that this month’s essay has the potential to do the most good for any and all writers in any and all mediums.
Happy Saturday peeps!
It’s that time again…time for Morgan’s monthly Wordslinger post…
Hey there peeps!
Heaven knows I love and support Indie authors. Whether self-published or starting out with a small publishing company I love to see talented authors sharing their stories with us. Whenever an author that I love and support has gotten signed by one of the big boys in the world of words I am thrilled. I’m happy to see someone with a special gift get rewarded financially, and beyond that the chance that more peeps will get to enjoy their work increases dramatically.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with a lot of Indie authors since the inception of Bookish Temptations, and I hope to work with a great many more. There are several that I personally think have the talent to make it in the big time, and I sincerely hope that their talent is recognized and picked up.
But, here’s a few observations that have me banging my head lately…
Hello everyone! Here it is, a new year with a new set of goals for Wordslinger! Last month I queried about how I should proceed with my monthly contribution and I was quite surprised to find that what most people cared about was that I continued to be funny…
October has long been my favorite month of the year. I like how quickly the world around us changes in just a few weeks. Mother nature knows when to say when, and she makes a good show of sending our summers into the history books.
This Wordslinger will take a cue from the Fall leaves and focus on endings. I shall call it…
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Misted platinum wafting by lures a nymph to dance,
Sprinkles falling, laughter rising, spinning pure romance.
Fragile wings spiral higher, flirting with the sun.
Captured by a passerby, innocence begone.
Discarded leaves tumble past in muted reddish hues,
Coldness slowly settles in, vibrance does recuse.
Sadness looks with longing eyes out into the world,
It’s the first day of September peeps, and you know what that means right?!?
Yup…Morgan is in the house with his monthly Wordslinger. Now that’s the way to begin a new month…
Hi there!! I’m going through my nostalgic phase again, and I have a feeling it’s only going to get worse, as it gets closer to November. I am longing for the original Edward, the one I fell in love with. I mean when I finished reading the books the first time, I was definitely Team Edward, but when I found Midnight Sun, I was changed by his thoughts and emotions expressed there. I think it was that incomplete story that drew me to fan fiction. I needed, craved to learn more about Him. Edward Anthony Mason Cullen.
I am hoping that you guys will share some great EPOV stories that are “canon-like”. New ones are hard to find because I can bet most authors feel like it’s all been done, but prove me wrong. I will share my favorites, but only if you’ll show me yours. *giggle* No worries, I’ll go first.