Writing is difficult. There are tons of rules to filter through. Which “rules” are “rules” and which are just “suggestions?” Which rules are genre specific? Which rules are dependent on which version of English you are using (U.S. English and Continue reading Improve Your Writing With Three Little Steps
Yesterday I told you all about the bribes I was offered to remove negative reviews I wrote. I received two different emails offering me $25 each to remove negative reviews I wrote on Amazon. Like the ethical, responsible person that Continue reading Amazon is Officially Broken Beyond Repair
So I am a Vine reviewer. And I am an honest reviewer. If I love a product, you will know it. If I hate a product, you will know it. Yesterday I received not one, but two emails offering me Continue reading I could have made an easy $50. That is a Problem for Amazon.
Dear Writers, Please learn how to follow directions. Please. Seriously. You are out of control. I am going to be blunt. As a publisher, I need authors. I can’t publish magazines without authors. But understand that I do not, specifically, Continue reading Follow Directions
Bards and Sages Publishing is pleased to bring readers Walnut Street, our seventh short story collection by KJ Hannah Greenberg. Greenberg’s flair for the peculiar and eclectic shines through in this collection of over fifty flash and short fiction works Continue reading New Release: Walnut Street
Publisher’s Note The Mictlan Murders follows an investigation into the illegal body parts trade initiated by an unidentified researcher. The investigation quickly escalates to include a strange death cult and ritual murders, and the researcher finds himself trapped in a Continue reading Excerpt: The Mictlan Murders
I’ve been struggling with this for a few weeks. After communicating last week with the authors who are signed up to participate in this year’s eFestival of Words Virtual Book Fair, I’ve come to the conclusion that just being direct Continue reading People Pissing in the Pool