Warren Adler

Warren Adler’s blogs have provided priceless knowledge and guidance for writers and readers alike. Touching on topics ranging from literature to technology to politics, Warren Adler’s blogs have been featured on Huffington Post, the Library Journal, Publishing Perspectives, and EContent Magazine.

The Endurance of The War of the Roses: A Cautionary Tale of Divorce and (...)

Sep 23, 2016: The North American premiere of my play The War of the Roses, based solely on the original novel, has opened…

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Peggy Toney Horton

Nothing excites me as much as writing. When I was a child, I’d lie on my bed and dream up poems relevant to what was going on in my life at the time. Sometimes my writing was happy, and other times, it was incredibly sad. When my dog died, the poetry…

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Mark David Gerson

I like to joke that my Muse tricked me into being a writer, slyly pushing against my longstanding blocks until, suddenly, I was a writer and there was no turning back. Growing up, you see, I never viewed myself as creative and could never imagine wanting to be a writer.…

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Daliah Husu

The healing power of written words revealed itself to me in my early thirties. I was heartbroken by someone I loved and the physical and emotional pain was unbearable. During those times of seclusion, as I spent days and nights in bed mourning my loss, my only companions were my…

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Read More, Live Longer

I’ve always believed that reading was the one essential pastime to assure the most fulfilling quality of life. It now appears, based on new research, that reading actually extends life. The assertion is based upon a study revealed in Social Science and Medicine, as reported in the New York Times.…

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Viga Boland

I’ve always had a love affair with the power of words. Words can build us up or tear us down in seconds. Whichever way they are used, there are lifelong ramifications for all who read or hear them. As a victim of child sexual abuse, I know all too well…

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George Clowers

I read something, a Frost poem perhaps, at the age of eleven, and thought, "I want to write something that affects others the way I was affected." The music I heard at home and my mother and her sisters singing to her piano playing set off a desire to write what I was…

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