There are multiple reasons why a reader might stop reading a novel. Among those are poor writing, Unbelievable plot, unlikable main characters, and the story being too slow and or […]
When Luke is sent out on a peculiar pizza delivery, he finds more than just hungry customers.
You ever work as a gas station clerk? If so, you're all too familiar with the weirdos who come in. But sometimes, these weirdos are stranger than can be expected.
Some poems don't need to be long for them to have great impact.
Here's a detailed list by Almond Press of literary magazines and writing journals accepting submissions.
With the sixth dream we enter the world between dreaming and being awake. A world where one awaits to be transported to the world of sleep.
When Ramon randomly received a blank letter in the mail, he figured it was a simple mistake. But when another came the next day, and the next day, and so on, he realized something strange was happening.
When ink runs through your veins, you can't help but spill it upon the page.
In this opinion piece, DPW comic book guy Spencer Church gives us his take on the best way to watch superhero movies.
Never cheat your audience. Give them an ending that satisfies. A happy ending is a matter of opinion, though, because what makes a happy ending is different for everyone. This means you don't need to rely on old happy ending tropes to tell a good finale to your story.
"You don't do this alone, Nor does anyone, it's true."
Seeking out a literary agent can be scary and daunting, but it doesn't need to be complicated. Do these six things to get your best chance at scoring a literary agent.
One more week and the "event" will be upon us. Are you ready?
The origin of a never finished superhero story.
"A whisper between whispers."
With news of Brian Michael Bendis leaving Marvel, we felt it would be fun to take a look back on his long career with the company.