Jane Eyre on the Page and Screen + In Defense of Mr. Rochester?

Ah, 'Jane Eyre.' Who doesn't love a nice, romantic movie where the gullible young woman marries a creepy old bigamist, and they all live happily ever after?

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A Letter to a Friend Just Starting Out Indie Publishing

This is a wonderful letter written by an awesome writing friend, which ought to be shared with all writing friends who are new to the self-publishing world! And even if you’re not a newbie, it’s an excellent refresher / guide for what to do next time. 🙂

Rachael Ritchey

So, I have a friend who is a published author, but her publishing company recently shut their doors. It was probably for the best, and in the midst of it a gift actually came in the ability for this dear author friend to take her work to the next level.

It will be so much better than it was with that failed publishing house for a few reasons, but one that is foremost in my mind is that her artistic vision can be put into the hands of people who really care about seeing it thrive, to capture its beauty, and are passionate about making that creative presence shine in the modern publishing industry.

My friend has thus far been shy about drawing attention to herself, but I want to help her draw attention to what she is trying to share with the world, so as I help her take…

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The Young Writer’s Life According to RWBY: Beta-Reading Edition

Mild content warning: post features pictures of a somewhat skimpily-dressed anime character. I ran a poll on my Twitter page a few weeks ago for the theme of my next "Young Writer's Life According To..." post.  It was a 50/50 tie between Tangled (which has a surprising variety of gifs) and my favorite anime, RWBY.  … Continue reading The Young Writer’s Life According to RWBY: Beta-Reading Edition