The theme of this 100 word story is Suppuku. which is the ritual suicide performed by samurais to preserve their honor.
Thoughts on the whole James Gunn firing fiasco.
Want to become a successful writer? Then read this.
Few things are as exciting as a boxing match that comes down to the final round.
If Miles Davis had been the one to fall down the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland, you would have had something closely resembling the bizarre and turbulent world of Jazz Legend.
Seven-year-old Davy Murmite is convinced there is a monster living under the steps in the basement. Of course, this is just the imagination of a child. Right?
Our pick for the DPW book of the month.
An unexpected downside to being a writer are the times when you struggle with focus. What is the best way to handle focus issues? Is there a way to fix the problem?
The city has the power to beat you down, to hurt you, to destroy you. After a while, you no longer have the ability to tell wrong from right. And that's when it devours you.
Nothing sucks worse for a writer than rejection. It happens to all of us, but there are ways to improve your odds of getting your work accepted.
Just because things aren't going well in your life at the moment doesn't mean they won't improve. And most likely, someone out there has it way worse than you. Which begs the question, life isn't so bad, is it?
It doesn't make much sense to write if people will never want to read your work. But even if the work is amazing, how do you get people to check it out? Here are 3 easy tips to help answer that question.
A quick lesson on peace at a beautiful mountain temple.
To be a writer, you must live like a writer. But is that even a thing?
They say the worst thing you can do is let relationship problems fester. Instead, you should fix the issues as soon as possible—before it's too late.
Sometimes the journey is worth the danger. Even if that means dying on a frozen mountain.
Just a quick update on what we've been up to as of late and some future plans.