Silver Threading ~ Fairy Whisperer

Visual Word Artist, Poet, & Book Reviewer

Silver’s #BOOK #REVIEWS – “Enscribing the Heavens from This Side,” By Author, Ina Hamilton Hart

Title:  Enscribing the Heavens from This Side Author: Ina Hamilton Hart Print Length: 186 Pages Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Publication Date: September 3, 2016 Sold by Amazon, LLC Language: English ISBN-10: 1530407133 ISBN-13: 978-1530407132 Formats: Paperback Goodreads Genres: Memoirs, Biographies, Poetry *I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader's Copy... Continue Reading →

How to Describe Eyes in a Story – 7 Tips | Now Novel

  Learn how to describe eyes in a story and avoid clichéd description. Read tips for using eyes to convey emotion and strong description examples. Click the link below to read how to describe eyes!❤ Source: How to Describe... Continue Reading →

The Seasons of a Tree

In Spring - The Lady wears a crown of yellow blossoms whose sweet scents tease and tantalize of warmer days soon to be. By summer - Her Majesty dons her finest apparel with leaves a bright verdant green shiny with... Continue Reading →

Glamour Magazine’s $5,000 Essay Contest

This is from an email I subscribe to called Freedom With Writing. Click the highlighted link below to read about the essay contest.❤ Glamour Magazine is currently hosting an essay contest. The theme: “Every woman has a moment in... Continue Reading →

How to Perfect your Storytelling Arc: 5 Tips | Now Novel

Great tips in this article about planning your novel. Give it a read! Don't forget to click on the highlighted link below to find out these great tips.❤ The storytelling arc is what gives your story a shape, a... Continue Reading →

Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #4 PASSION & CHEER

Happy Tuesday everyone! Welcome to the TANKA CAFÉ. Are you ready to get groovy with your poetry? Then, you're in the right place! Pull up a chair, order some coffee or tea and let's write some TANKA poetry. Here are... Continue Reading →

At the Heart of Your Writing – Editing

Are you stuck in EDITING HELL? If so, here are a few tricks I've learned from the last two months of edits on my novel. Use a thesaurus. I have been using Try There is a free version... Continue Reading →

3 mistakes you make when writing setting + how to fix them — RACHEL GIESEL

  Attention fantasy writers! Here is some excellent information I have recently learned about world setting. Read this to tell if you have too much, or if it is just right!❤ Setting does NOT simply equate to drawing maps... Continue Reading →

Now is the time to sign up to Team Effrosyni | Discover books drenched in Greek sunshine…

Look what Effrosyni Moschoudi has been up to! AND... she has a new book in the making. Do you want to be part of an exciting team? Join Team Effrosyni.❤ "I’ve teamed up with a bunch of wonderful authors,... Continue Reading →

How to Improve Your Poetry Skills | Writing Forward

These tips will help you improve your poetry skills so you can evolve as a serious poet. Source: How to Improve Your Poetry Skills | Writing Forward

Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #3 Hope & Wait

Happy Tuesday everyone! Welcome to the TANKA CAFÉ. Are you ready to get your poetry groove on? Then, you're in the right place! Pull up a chair, order some coffee or tea and let's write some TANKA poetry. Here are... Continue Reading →

The #1 Key to Creating a Relatable Main Character — She’s Novel

This is an important subject. Making your characters relatable is hard work. Remember people from many walks of life will read your novel. Not everyone will be able to relate to your character's struggles if they have never encountered something... Continue Reading →

Smelled or Smelt? | Grammarly Blog

More great information from the Grammarly Blog. Do you use the word smelt? I am from Wisconsin. To me, smelt is a fish! LOL!❤ Smelled is the past tense of smell in both North American and British English. Smelt... Continue Reading →

What is NaNoWriMo? 10 FAQs and resources | Now Novel

Are you participating in NaNoWritMo this year? You will want to read this!❤ Click the highlighted link at the bottom of this post to learn more.  What is NaNoWriMo? National November Writing Month is an annual writeathon to write... Continue Reading →

Illustrating a book? Know your rights to protect your work. | Better Novel Project

This is a MUST READ for authors and illustrators! Click the highlighted link below to read the full scoop!❤ This is a guest post by Kathryn Goldman, an intellectual property attorney who wants you to become the CEO of... Continue Reading →

How to Publish an E-Book: Resources for Authors | Jane Friedman

I'm getting close enough now to start researching my next step in the publishing process. You will want to read this article. The links included are phenomenal! Just click the highlighted link at the end of this post to read... Continue Reading →

Silver’s #Book Reviews – The Murder of Manny Grimes, by Author, Angela Kay

Title:  The Murder of Manny Grimes Author: Angela Kay File Size: 683 KB Print Length: 279 Pages Page Numbers Source ISBN: Publisher: ThomasMax Publishing Publication Date: September 20, 2016 Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01LZ829WF Formats: Paperback and Kindle Goodreads Genres: Crime, Murder, Mystery & Suspense *The... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Websites for Authors Who Are Not Bloggers – by Cassie – Natacha Guyot

Here is some great information from Natacha You will want to check out these sites. Remember to click the highlighted link at the bottom of the page to read the article.❤ Today’s guest blogger is Cassie. She is... Continue Reading →

Want to Read More? Do it Efficiently With These Three Apps

Here is more great advice. I do know one thing. If you want to be a writer, you must read other author's works. READ, READ, READ...❤ Just click on the blue highlighted link at the end of this post... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo and Beyond: 7 Writing Challenges for Novelists, Poets and More

WOW! There's more than just NaNoWritMo out there! Check out these great challenges for writers, poets, and more! The YeahWrite site looks excellent.❤ Just click on the highlighted link at the end of this post to read all about... Continue Reading →

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