Recently, we asked authors to share their writing strategies with us. No two people write exactly the same, and we wanted to get tips from successful authors to share with others. Here's what Chrissi Sepe had to say: When I write, I begin with pen and paper rather than on computer. I like to transfer … Continue reading Author’s Strategies: Chrissi Sepe
Dead Man's Trigger by Alesia and Michael Matson Book 2 of the Raven and Iris Series picks up where Raven's Tears so dramatically leaves off. The beginning is rocky and disjointed, but perfectly parallels the main character as she struggles with the dark and twisting corridors of her psyche. As she struggles with sleepless nights and prolonged bouts … Continue reading Arrowhead Review 2: Dead Man’s Trigger by Alesia and Michael Matson
Raven's Tears by Alesia and Michael Matson From the very first lines of Raven’s Tears, the reader is transported to a world rich in detail and extensive in history. In a world ravaged by war, the pieces of civilization have slowly fallen back into place, creating a unique world of Earldoms and Duchies … Continue reading Arrowhead Review 1: Raven’s Tears by Alesia and Michael Matson
Write. Compete. Win. There's nothing like competition and a deadline to get those creative juices flowing. Compete in our weekly 5day10k, and write a 10,000 word short story based on the theme below. Submit the best story, and win $100. Week 11/14-11/18 Theme: Western High overhead a vulture circles. In the distance a wolf howls. In the … Continue reading 5day10k: Western 11/14-11/18
Recently, we asked Takoda Poindexter what genre he liked to write, and why. It's an interesting question for authors, because the reasons are as varied as the authors themselves. Sure, everyone has a story to tell, but we wanted to know why. Takoda shared his reasons. What are yours? There isn’t just one favorite genre … Continue reading Student Stories 1: Why I Write What I Write
Social Media is everywhere. This is nothing new; it's been this way for awhile now. At first many of the platforms seemed like passing fads. I belonged to Facebook when you had to have a .edu address, and then I left when they allowed anyone to join. I've recently ventured back into it, but with … Continue reading How Mobile is Social?
I am by no means an activist. Sure, there are issues that I strongly believe in. One of the entire purposes behind Arrowhead Freelance and Publishing is to promote literacy and support emerging local authors. Things like that I can get behind. But I'm not a sign holder, I'm not a person who is going … Continue reading Save the Green Bank Observatory