Product Review: Grammarly

Grammarly is one of the world’s top writing editing software programs. Between its versatility in academic, business, creative, technical, medical, novel and blog writing, it has some differences between its rival, ProWritingAid.

Book Review: The Doomsday Chronicles

In this title in the acclaimed Future Chronicles series of speculative fiction anthologies, created by award-winning author and series editor Samuel Peralta, fifteen authors confront the Apocalypse, the end of days, the undiscovered country from which no traveler returns.

The Doomsday Chronicles features stories by Hugo, Nebula and World Fantasy Award-winning and bestselling authors Ken Liu, Seanan McGuire, plus thirteen more of today’s top authors in speculative and science fiction.

A Heartfelt Thank You

This post is an open letter in regards to several people within various fanfiction communities who have commented and private messaged me about continuing abandoned stories at Fanfiction.net.

Drift – Release Day

Fans have already compared Turbulence to Fast and the Furious meets Gone in 60 Seconds and Underworld. Drift, book two in the Renegades Saga, continues Aviere’s journey with dynamic fast-paced action scenes, heart-stopping thrills and chronicles her unit’s rite-of-passage within Charm City’s corrupted government organizations.

POV Changes in Chapters: When To Properly Use Them!

When we write about certain characters, we elect an emotional response from each reader. Men will react differently to certain situations than women, such as when confronted or in harm’s way. Women react worse in emotional situations, confrontation or when they’ve made a mistake versus the opposite sex.

Therefore, it’s best to consider each character’s reactions, emotions, and stances when electing to use a point of view.

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