So I know this might sound a little ridiculous, but nowadays you can't be too sure. Someone left a pumpkin at my mailbox, and I have no idea who it was. I've left it sitting there for a few days because I'm afraid to move it. I'm afraid someone might have rigged it with an explosive, or something...
I have to write a romantic relationship story about myself or something that I've witnessed. But I have no experiences even remotely close to that. I'm 19 right now. Can someone help me come up with a realistic fake story, maybe something you have experienced. It's generally 2-3 pages double spaced. But...
These days, it's simple to publish it or print it. But first you'll have to write it.
Quit wanting to do a thing, and simply do it. Imagine if someone said to you with a sad sigh, "My whole life, I've wanted to try eating raw hamburger." And they are whatever age you are. What would you...
What are some books that leave you unsettled after you finish them?
A girl is visiting a castle when she's transported back in time by some horror story style monster. She ends up in the same castle, but in 1543, and in the ladies bedroom which is the room she was in when she was transported. That lady screams and the girl is taken to the dungeons. Her school had been learning...
So far I am thinking of writing for a perspective of a character that is suspicious that there is a homeless person living in an abandoned home nearby. The main character wants to help the person
The story was on CreateSpace and Amazon Kindle for maybe 2 months before I yanked it because I wanted to redo part of it. It didn't sell so I don't think anyone even saw it. Will a publisher care that it was self published? Do I have to tell them I self published? Will they find out if I don't tell them?