Hey everyone! I'm delighted to welcome back friend and fellow author Harmony Kent. Her newest non-fiction book, Creative Solutions for the Modern Writer, releases tomorrow. From what I've seen, this book can benefit both new and seasoned writers. Harmony, take it away. Hello everyone. Harmony here. I’m excited to share my latest non-fiction book with... Continue Reading →
Hey y'all. Today in place of WIP Wednesday, I'm excited to host friend and fellow author, Harmony Kent. She has a brand new soon to be released book and is here to talk about it today. Guarantee this one will keep you on the edge of your seat. Harmony, take it away! Hi, everyone. Harmony... Continue Reading →
A new writing prompt today at Story Empire. Check it out and create your own flash fiction story!
Hello SErs! Happy Friday!
Today on Story Empire it’s time for another fun Friday Fiction Prompt. As you know, on the first Friday of every month, we will be posting a Prompt. This can be a video, picture, word, phrase or anything else we want to use. Anyone can take part or not (including us). When you have your fiction posted, simply comment on this post with your link and the title so other people can pay you a visit and read what you wrote. On the last Fiction Prompt, Joan Hall gave us an awesome picture of a woman on train tracks. Check it out HERE. This time, I’ve found a video to share with you.
Here it is …
Take a close look … how much can you see? What feelings does this evoke? What mood does it bring?
[Although this video originated on Pixabay, I ended…
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Exciting things are happening around cyberspace this week. The Story Empire authors, Staci Troilo, Mae Clair, C. S. Boyack, Harmony Kent, P. H. Soloman, and myself are having the Story Empire Roadshow. All of us are discounting one or two of our books and offering prizes to lucky winners. Each author is hosting another author... Continue Reading →
Hello, Everyone. There are basically two types of writers. Plotters do detailed outlines of their books before they begin to write the first chapter. Many of them know the exact number of chapters to write the story and have a brief synopsis of each one. They do in-depth character sketches and develop settings with great... Continue Reading →