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How do you tell an effective story and make young audiences care within a limited page length? Alyse Mgrdichian delves into this.

What to read next in independent publishing.

\The epilogue to Paul W. Williams’ memoir, Harvard, Hollywood, Hitmen, and Holymen, contains eight lists of “important practical things” he’s learned in his over seven decades on this planet.

Young adult fiction continues to become one of the most popular genres – mostly for adults. Join us each issue to find your next YA read.

Poetry is a powerful catalyst for lots of things, especially empathy and a deeper understanding of self. Perfect Black, a debut poetry collection from Crystal Wilkinson is a beautiful and tragic collection.

Each issue we feature a new bookstagrammer, highlighting some of their amazing work. This time we catch up with @Confessionsofnadia

By Corinna Kloth New & Upcoming Indie Releases to add to your reading list. 1. The Last Orphan by Gregg Hurwitz As a child, Evan …

Writing in an entertaining way is difficult – especially when writing short stories, due to the limited space. Wendy Wimmer's "Entry Level" succeeded this challenge!

Spending time outside is ripe with serotonin and vitamin D -- make time for the spontaneous, zero-planning activity: reading outside!

Summer is here, and with restrictions finally lifting from Covid, everyone intends to enjoy it! Check out wellness advice crossed with literature here.