Tag Archive | authors

A to Z April Challenge 2014

Hi, Rosie here to tell you a bit about the A to Z April Challenge. Don’t worry this isn’t the next Community Storyboard Challenge it is, however, about writing. So what is the A to Z Challenge? Its 26 blogs using the letters of the Alphabet all through April taking Sundays off. It’s a chance […]

Return of the Community Storyboard! New Guidelines!

(Sorry!  We forgot to make the blog public when we returned!  Oops!) We’re back!!! After careful consideration and discussions with a panel of experts (we hear voices), we are implementing some not so drastic changes.  In the spirit of keeping this a fair and fun community for everyone, we have rearranged some privileges, made some […]

Erotica week! Submit to us (he he)

This week’s theme is Erotica! So “come one come all?” Write us your best erotica pieces of 1500 words or less or choose a piece you already have and submit that. We will also accept tasteful erotic photographs, artwork, excerpts and poetry. To submit a piece, please see our submission guidelines page above. This will […]


This poem was submitted by author Carmen Stefanescu. This is the theme and motto for her novel “Shadows of the Past.” You can find out more about Carmen and her book here: Shadows of the Past ETERNITY In the quiet solitude of a small, remote convent, Only prayers seem alive on the lips of holy […]


Journalism so good... it's scary.


Decades of her words.

J and I Publishing

Creative Color Book Publications

Tony Flye


Everything Indie

Supporting Indie Authors with Tips, Reviews, and Services


Community manager for ReviewCreep.com - Exposure Platform for Wordpress Review Bloggers

Barbarian Writer

A Story For The Æons


Five true stories, every five weeks.

You Knew What I Meant

Errors and Intentions


Alexander Chee

Bending Genre

Essays on Creative Nonfiction

harm·less drudg·ery

defining the words that define us

Antariksh Yatra

Journeys in Space, Time and the Imagination

The Task at Hand

A Writer's On-Going Search for Just the Right Words

Mashed Radish

everyday etymology


Is this gentleman bothering you?